Caitlin Margaret’s Answer
One thing to keep in mind - traveling for field research is not a glamorous or comfortable way to travel. During college, I helped a PhD student gather data for their thesis research by visiting marshes in southern states of America to record songbirds. Our budget was small, and we stayed in everything from tents, motels, and old houses with no AC and LOTS of bugs. This isn't to scare you - I had a blast that summer, and as long as you know what you're getting into, field research can be really fun.
You also might look into wildlife conservation outreach careers. The nature of outreach positions often mean traveling to meet with lots of different people, although you may also be expected to do a lot of online outreach work.
I hope this helps!