what job involves taking care of exotic animals?
i see many videos on youtube of people having animals like foxes, owls, and even various types of wild cats, in their home. besides the obvious zoo job, what job could i have where i could do this
- tuesdayLv 77 years agoBest Answer
There are big cat, primate, reptile, wild bird and marine rescues that always need volunteers, as well as employ Veterinarians, nutritionists, landscapers, keepers (some/most allow the public to visit, and require tour guides), etc.
Friends of Animals-link
info re: Animal Rehabilitation centers/reserves & sanctuaries
employment and volunteer opportunities.
(many offer free room & board for their volunteers)
Shambala is a big-cat rescue/preserve, in Calif. They allow interested and concerned people to visit. I'm sure the personnel would be helpful if you contacted them re: volunteering and/or possible employment opportunities.
6867 Soledad Canyon Road
The Snow Leopard Rescue
Snow Leopard rescue/You Tube
There are many rescues and conservation-oriented organizations that one could work with (and for) exotic animals and marine life. Your search should begin with your own local, as there are countless Wildlife Rehabilitation Reserves & Sanctuaries, located all around the globe..that help injured or orphaned animals, birds and reptiles.
Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center
UK Animal Rescuers and rescues:
Wild Animal Orphanage
Animal Sanctuary of USA
Animal Sanctuaries and Wildlife Rehabilitation
Primarily Primates rescue
Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Rehab
- Simply MonstrousLv 77 years ago
There are many to choose from. I have enjoyed a long career of working with fox, cheetah, kinkajou, reptiles, marine fish, raptors, parrots, coyote, and others.
•Veterinarians/Vet Techs or assistants
•Wildlife Educators/LOutreach specialists
•Animal assisted therapists
Here is my site for you to enjoy. It contains many possibilities so click away on the many links that you can find: http://zoocrewkids.blogspot.com/
This site has places to look at internships, mentorships, schooling and international linksSource(s): 40 + years American Association of Zookeepers Aquariums and Zoological Association Association of Professional Wildlife Educators International Herpetological Association International Association of Zoo Educators http://zoocrewkids.blogspot.com/