Wildlife Technician

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Kamaria Begaye

kamaria.begaye@gmail.com | (432) 415-0618 | Laramie, WY


I am a Wildlife Technician with over 1 year of experience in the field. I have worked with various animals, including deer, elk, and bighorn sheep. I have also gained valuable experience in wildlife management and habitat restoration. In addition to my work experience, I hold a Bachelor's degree in Biology from XYZ University. My education and hands-on experience has prepared me for a career as a Wildlife Technician


Wildlife Technician at Wyoming Game and Fish Department, WYMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 4 biologists in conducting an inventory of all plant and animal species on a 500-acre piece of land.
  • Successfully captured and relocated 2 bears that were causing damage to property in the area.
  • Trained new employees in proper wildlife capture and handling techniques.
  • Authored a report on the findings of the 500-acre inventory which was presented to state officials.
  • Led a team of 4 biologists who conducted an inventory //of all plant and animal species on 500 acres, finding 123 different kinds //of plants, 32 types animals including 6 never before seen on this particular plot of land.

Wildlife Technician II at National Elk Refuge, WYSep 2021 - Mar 2022

  • Monitored and recorded data on the behavior, habitat use, diet, movements, and populations of wildlife species in an assigned area.
  • Led or participated in field projects such as surveys for specific species using various survey techniques including line transects with telemetry equipment.
  • Used GPS units and GIS software to create maps and collect accurate location data.
  • Performed necropsies on dead animals to determine cause of death when necessary.
  • Wrote scientific reports summarizing findings from monitoring activities conducted throughout the year.
  • Presented results of research at local/state/regional conferences.


Associate of Science in Wildlife Biology at Laramie County Community College, WYAug 2016 - May 2021

Some skills I've learned are collecting and analyzing data, writing scientific papers, and presenting information to the public.


  • Animal Handling
  • Animal Tracking
  • Wildlife Biology
  • Ecology
  • Field Research Methods
  • GIS/Mapping
  • Data Analysis

Macyn Zuffante

macyn.zuffante@gmail.com | (992) 911-8651 | Columbus, OH


I have over 1 year of experience as a Wildlife Technician. I am responsible for the care and maintenance of wildlife, including construction and repair of animal enclosures, food preparation, cleaning, and general husbandry. I also assist with public education programming and special events held at the facility. In addition, I perform routine office duties such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, data entry etc.


Wildlife Technician at The Ohio Division of Wildlife, OHMay 2022 - Present

  • Monitored and recorded data on the behavior, habitat use, and population dynamics of various wildlife species in their natural environment.
  • Conducted field research on the effects of human activity on wildlife populations.
  • Assisted with the capture, tagging, and release of wild animals for study purposes.
  • Helped to develop and implement management plans for protected areas based on scientific data.
  • Educated members of the public about conservation issues through talks, walks, and other outreach activities.

Wildlife Technician II at The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, OHAug 2021 - Apr 2022

  • Successfully captured and relocated 10 black bear cubs to a new den site.
  • Successfully removed 200 feet of barbed wire fencing from a riverbank.
  • Successfully planted 500 trees in a deforested area.
  • Successfully monitored 15 nests for raptor species.
  • Successfully cleaned up 100 pounds of trash from hiking trails.


Associate of Science in Wildlife Biology at Hocking College, OHAug 2016 - May 2021

I have learned how to identify local wildlife, their tracks, and their habitats.


  • Animal husbandry
  • Animal behavior
  • Wildlife management
  • Habitat restoration
  • GPS and GIS mapping
  • Data analysis