Canada is a vast country with diverse wildlife, a diversity that many people strive to conserve. It is especially known the world over for its moose population. However, as in every other part of the world, wildlife conservation in Canada continues to face certain issues such as protecting certain ecosystems. This prevents the extinction of further species of animals that are already endangered, for example from illegal hunting activities. For people passionate about those issues, there are many attractive conservation wildlife jobs available. Whether it is in research, animal handling, forest management or staging a crackdown on night hunting, there are plenty of ways to contribute to preserving Canada’s natural beauty for generations to come. Conservation wildlife jobs are aimed at people with a sense for the environment and Canada’s fauna and flora. They can be of an outdoorsy nature or more in the area of managing conservation organisations. A passion for wildlife protection is common to all of them.