I study animal behaviour and wildlife conservation with an emphasis on the later. We do a lot of fieldwork such as surveying, I also help out in wildlife reserves and potentially plan to do a masters in ecology. I feel that my BSc is a suitable field as it incorporates a lot of ecology, such as behavioural ecology and organisms in their natural environment. Do you feel this degree is as suitable as an ecology degree due to its practical emphasis? I know it’s solely not down to the degree and primarily experience, but I am working towards that too and want to pursue a career in surveying of some sort in research. Thanks!
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