Biology, biology, biology! GIS mapping experience is really marketable as well. You should also think about gaining some experience in the non-profit field. All of the people who worked at the Center for Resource Conservation (in Boulder Colorado) either have non-profit experience or education experience. I will post the link for their profiles below.
Good majors to become a wildlife conversationalist include zoology, biology, ecology, and environmental education. The major itself probably won’t make you entirely fluent. I would recommend volunteering or interning with a nature center, zoo, or other non-profit. It also depends on the type of wildlife you would like to learn about. Your local park system should have a wealth of knowledge about native species in your area that you can learn about.
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