Becoming a Wildlife Biologist [Hadley Farabee]

This week Garrett Hartle takes Reach Out Reptiles to the Pittsburgh Zoo to talk with Wildlife Biologist and Animal Educator Hadley Farabee about how she has …

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  1. It was nice meeting you Garrett! You got me with that leopard gecko question, and not one other person knew either! First time someone at the zoo asked me something that I don’t know!

  2. I’m kind of in a weird spot right now… I’ve always been extremely passionate about wildlife (I’ve volunteered at the Audubon society, kept exotic pets, and have always tried to go on as many hikes as I can to go bird watching).
    Some of you may be able to relate, but my parents pushed me into going to Law School. Alas, I’m going into my senior year of undergraduate university and I’ve come to conclusion that Law is not the career path I want to take… is it too late for me to get my way into a zoology/wildlife biology graduate university without any academic prerequisites?

  3. I have 2 more semesters until I get my bachelors in zoology, I want to be a wildlife biologist and also perhaps a marine biologist as well after getting a masters. It’s very hard to get stared in animals fields because you need to put in a ton of free work not being paid, but it’s what I have a passion for. How long do you have to wait work lower paying jobs until you get a decent salary as a wildlife biologist?

  4. Great video Hadley and Garrett. I would take it a step further and say it’s not who you know, but also who knows you. I can see you being extremely successful because, like Garrett said, you have a great work ethic.

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