In order to be hired to work as a Fish and Game warden you must have a 4 year bachelors Degree in either; Conservation Biology , Fisheries Sciences and Management , Law Enforcement and Police Science , Natural Resources Conservation , Natural Resources, Policy and Management , Wildlife Sciences and Management .
Before hiring, Fish and Game Warden managers (I like to call them recruiters) makes sure that the applicant has their Fish and Game Branch training, before you receive the job and on the Job Training.
Nationally, the median wage for fish and game wardens is $3,540 per month ($20.40 per hour). Half of all fish and game wardens earn between $2,800 and $4,420 per month ($16.17 and $25.50 per hour). Fish and game wardens are paid extra for working holidays and weekends. Wages increase as workers advance in the government ranking system. Wages also vary by experience and level of responsibility. Fish and game wardens usually receive benefits such as paid vacation and sick leave. They also receive health insurance and a retirement plan.