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how much does a fish and game warden make?

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Donavon’s Answer

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Becoming a Fish and Game Warden is highly competitive and differs from state to state. I am actually really interested in this question because this is something my daughter would like to get into as well.

Here is a link that I found for Maryland, assuming that is where you are considering.
https://www.gamewardenedu.org/maryland/

If you scroll down, you will notice the job description and requirements for becoming a Game Warden. Further down the page you will find various salaries based on level of experience and responsibility.

I have teased that portion out those salaries below (please note this changes from state to state and annually as well):

Maryland Wildlife Officer Salary: The Maryland Workforce Exchange provides a detailed salary schedule for the natural resources police officers of the Department of Natural Resources. A natural resources police officer candidate earns a base salary of $35,000.

Following training, these professionals earn the following salaries:

Officer I: $48,099-$86,697
Officer 1st Class: $51,467-$92,765
Senior Officer: $52,496-$94,620
Master Officer: $53,545-$96,510
Corporal: $55,151-$99,408
Sergeant: $59,012-$106,367
Lieutenant: $67,191-$121,017
Captain: $70,719-$127,469
Major: $75,670-$136,386
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Liann’s Answer

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Hello,

A really good place to start is a website called glassdoor.com. If you google this website you can type in fish warden, game warden and any other type of job you are interested in. It will then show you what the starting pay, middle pay and high pay is for that job and other related jobs, specifically in your geographic area too! Hope this help!

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