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    Being a city fireman is a great career! And you will be up at night!

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    is that a bad thing to be up at night? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by hubba20 View Post
    is that a bad thing to be up at night? lol
    It can get old, believe me.

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    I would suggest that you look at some of the state wildlife agencies. I worked as a wildlife trooper in Alaska for 20 years and found it to be a fun and rewarding career. Many states require a degree in a related field, Alaska does not at this time. It helps to have one though. Also, make yourself employable by obtaining anything that could set you apart from another applicant; pilot's license, Coast Guard license, etc. and stay away from any legal troubles.
    Prayers help too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dihardhunter View Post
    'bern' - where you going to school and what's your project focus?
    I'm @ Texas Tech at the moment. I did my undergrad @ Colorado State. My current project is on factors effecting recruitment in rocky mountain elk in New Mexico. Ran a serological survey, calf mortality and survival study, and attempting to do some population age structure reconstruction using age at harvest data. I'm hoping to have everything completed this fall.

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    At least you don't have any grey wolves or grizzlies to deal with or you probably wouldn't enough calves to study!
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    OOOFFFF, population reconstructions. I had a 20-something year dataset of that in Maryland at my master's research site - talk about some confusing Microsoft Excel worksheets! Best of luck with your defense this fall, sounds like a neat project!

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    I have been a Wildland firefighter for 8 years now, originally started to pay my way through college, which it did, but once i got out of college in 2008 there werent many job opportunities, however with fire I always had rehire rights each spring so i just kept on doing it. I have slowly been working my way up the ranks which sometimes requires relocating as well. I am currently stationed at a remote guard station in the idaho backcountry and spend everyday outside doing somthing. (mostly "scouting"). I recieved my degree in Recreation which both the U.S. forest service and BLM have departments in, and once I want to have a normal life am hoping to move over into that. I love my Job. and get to travel the country while doing it.

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    Look into mining. Good pay and you generally live in good hunting places out west. I have been doing it for nine years and I love it.
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    Shoot the best, Shoot PSE!

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