Lynne (Into The Great Wide Open)

Into the Great Wide Open – photo slide show

Compilation of show photos from 2008 – 2010 of The Refugees, a tribute to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. Background music is The Refugees playing “Into the G…

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[Day #71] “Into the Great Wide Open” by Tom Petty (by The Old Man Music Collective)

Songwriters: LYNNE, JEFF/PETTY, TOM By Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne Eddie waited ’til he finished high school He went to Hollywood, got a tattoo He met a girl ou…

Jobs that you can work with exotic animals? I would like to be a Zoo keeper but i have read that the pay isn’t great and you barely can bond with the animals you work with. I am really into Reptiles and i have 2 snakes and 2 lizards, and i would like to work with exotic animals such as reptiles/tigers/bears/otter stuff like that, but the pay doesn’t look like enough to get rent and be able to pay for my hobbys. I am taking a companion animal science class in high school right now and am learning about dogs/reptiles/birds etc, i plan on taking a zoology class or a veterinary science class to get more qualifications for the job. Anyways can you guys list some jobs with animals that have a good pay?

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Not a lot of zoology careers make a good amount of money, if you’re looking for making a lot of money you picked the wrong career choice.

The pay scale for those that work with exotics is poor unless you have a university degree, and then even then animals workers are not well recognized or paid. Wildlife rehabilitation is one such job. They pay is crap, most rehabbers do this for the love of animals, not for the money. Most are young women, who have partners with jobs. The reason for the poor pay is that no government agencies will support the rescue and rehabilitation of wild life. Most wild life centers run only on donation, and fund raising. It is very expensive to have a facility and the required medications, and housing for handling wild life, and the animals get the majority of the money, and the staff get what is left over. Without such caring people, there will be no further habitat, or care for our wild neighbors. It is up to the young generation coming up to change the way they behave and bring a change to the financial aspect of caring for wild animals. Zoos will become a thing of the past. No exotic animal should live outside of it’s native habitat simply for human amusement. Please look up Blackfish. A documentary about Orca whales in captivity. This film may change your mind about your future path. The facts about capturing orca’s is shocking. Just think, while many zoo animals are born to captivity, their parents had to come from somewhere, and likely in the same violent manner.

Some careers with better pay that involve working with wild and/or exotic animals are:veterinarianwildlife biologistmarine biologistvet techanimal trainerIf you’re interested in working with animals, I would talk with people with these types of careers; they can offer advice on how to get into their career and may tell you about other careers that involve working with animals. If you enjoy your conversation with them, you could ask if they would allow you to spend an afternoon “shadowing” them to see if their job is something that you might like to do. You can get an in-depth idea about what it’s like to work with wild and exotic animals through books. The two below are both available on Amazon.com:Wild Animal School by Jenny LynneDescription from Amazon.com: “Sixteen-year-old Jessica Rainville’s dream of working with exotic animals is about to come true. She’s signed up to spend a summer learning to train and care for tigers, lions, leopards, bears, and elephants at an exotic animal ranch. She will pet tigers, train grizzly bears, and ride bareback on elephants. But the experience will test her in ways that she never imagined.”Kicked, Bitten, and Scratched by Amy SutherlandDescription from Amazon.com: “Amy Sutherland knows a thing or two about animals. In Kicked, Bitten, and Scratched, she takes readers behind the gates of Moorpark Community College, where students are taught such skills as how to train a hyena to pirouette and coax a tiger to open wide for a vet exam. As she follows the faculty, student body, and four-footed teaching aides at Moorpark’s Exotic Animal Training and Management program, Sutherland produces a true walk on the wild side, filled with wonder, comedy, occasional heartache, and transcendent beauty.”

What careers are best to have working with animals? I love animals, and want to work with exotic ones, like animals you wont see everyday. what career would I be able to do that in?
You could work with an organization in a foreign country to try and save extinct animals. I did an entire research paper on one before, it’s called Defenders of Wildlife. They have it in the US too, but if you go out of country, you’ll see way prettier animals rather than the ones you see everyday.What’s wrong with the ones you see everyday anyway? They need help too. It breaks my heart when I see a stray dog or cat outside, lost and don’t know what to do, and probably hungry. I would do anything to help those animals, but sadly, I’m only 15, and can’t do too much right now.I think animals are soo precious, and people have absolutely no empathy for them and they need our help the most. I mean, don’t get me wrong, but I feel bad for beggers and homeless people too. But it’s just that they have the ability to go out there and make a living and provide themselves with food, an animal doesn’t. We domesticated them, so we should take care of them!!Sorry got a little off topic!!

Some careers that involve working with animals are vet tech, zookeeper, animal trainer, veterinarian, and wildlife rehabilitator. I would talk with people with these types of careers; they can offer advice on how to get into their career and may tell you about other careers that involve working with animals. You can also get a great idea about what it’s really like to work with animals through books. The two below are both available on Amazon.com:Wild Animal School by Jenny LynneDescription from Amazon.com: “Sixteen-year-old Jessica Rainville’s dream of working with exotic animals is about to come true. She’s signed up to spend a summer learning to train and care for tigers, lions, leopards, bears, and elephants at an exotic animal ranch. She will pet tigers, train grizzly bears, and ride bareback on elephants. But the experience will test her in ways that she never imagined.”Kicked, Bitten, and Scratched by Amy SutherlandDescription from Amazon.com: “Amy Sutherland knows a thing or two about animals. In Kicked, Bitten, and Scratched, she takes readers behind the gates of Moorpark Community College, where students are taught such skills as how to train a hyena to pirouette and coax a tiger to open wide for a vet exam. As she follows the faculty, student body, and four-footed teaching aides at Moorpark’s Exotic Animal Training and Management program, Sutherland produces a true walk on the wild side, filled with wonder, comedy, occasional heartache, and transcendent beauty.”

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