Best woodlands areas to live?
I'm 18 I wanna leave nyc I wanna live in places with tons of wildlife I was thinking upstate but then I I thought Washington state idk I'll probably move in 4-6 years after I finish college to be a park ranger or any law enforcement what are nice places I wouldn't mind Canada
- Shawn RobinLv 77 years agoBest Answer
If you get your university degree in Canada (where tuition costs are cheaper than the US, by the way) there's a special immigration option called Canadian Experience Class for university graduates:
If you want woodlands and wildlife, Canada's the place to be.
Canada's the world's 2nd largest country in geographical size. Only Russia's bigger:
Canada has a small population, so most of the country is pure wilderness:
Canada's boreal forests cover most of the country:
And it sure is pretty to look at:
Park rangers in Canada are called Park Wardens.
Regadless of what they're called, working in places like this are a
And that's just national parks.
Canada's Provincial & Territorial Parks are awesome too if you look them up.
More info about Canadian thought to ponder: http://www.parkwardens.com/
- Jim BLv 77 years ago
In order to live and WORK in Canada, you MUST apply and be accepted, as a Immigrant, by the Canadian Government. In order to do that.........You need to have at least a University level education AND actual working experience, in a field that is in demand in Canada.
In other words, you must QUALIFY to come to Canada. Just wanting to move here won't cut it.