The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is offering the game warden competitive examination online for 2017. To qualify for the exam, applicants must have earned a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology or wildlife-related field, or be on track to earn the degree by August 31, 2017. Primary responsibilities include wildlife management, data collection and analysis, enforcement of game and fish laws and regulations, evaluation of damage to crops and livestock by wildlife, and acting as local liaison between the department and the public. Please view a short video from Chief Game Warden Brian Nesvik regarding Wyoming game wardens at https://wgfd.wyo.gov/Law-Enforcement/Law-Enforcement-Careers/Game-Warden-Exam. Details for exam registration are available on this site as well.
--A Bachelor’s degree in wildlife management, range management, biology, zoology, ichthyology or other closely related field. Degrees such as criminal justice, education, outdoor recreation, etc. do not qualify.
--Must have a valid driver’s license.
--Must be a citizen of the United States prior to attendance at WLEA (see below).
--If you have not currently completed college coursework at the baccalaureate level in wildlife management, biology, zoology or other closely related field, you must submit a letter from your college authority stating you are expected to receive your degree by August 31, 2017