It involves the treatment, care and feeding of injured, ill and wounded non-domestic animals, as well as caring for orphaned and abandoned animals. After the treatment, the animals are released back into their habitat. Employment opportunities exist in both government and private settings.
Their primary work involves educating people about animals and their care and conservation. They explore various intricacies of wildlife behavior, research and write information to create printed materials, websites, information for educational visits, displays, etc.
They perform experiments, collect data, conduct analysis and apply the results to help solve environmental and health problems, breed and raise specimens, etc. in varied settings.
National Parks/Wildlife Sanctuary Managers
Their roles include animal care, monitoring and recording their behavior; ensuring their health; engaging in the care such as grooming, exercising and training; and teaching visiting groups about the animals.
They breed different animals, including pets, livestock, exotic animals, etc. Breeding involves the reproduction of animals to ensure the promotion of specific desired characteristics. Animal breeders have knowledge of genetics, genealogy, and insemination techniques.
Zoology graduates also find employment as Biology/Zoology teachers and professors at different schools, colleges and universities.