A nature non profit? Like the Audubon Society
Then, you can also look for someone who really working in that career or explore any internship in that career. That can help you to really understand how it works. You can choose the relevant subjects in your undergraduate courses.
Hope it helps! Good Luck!
As far as animals and nature go, maybe being a park ranger or a veterinarian would be a good fit? There is also a whole camping/summer camp industry you could explore if you want to be out in nature for your job.
What do I want from my career?
What are my core values?
What activities do I most enjoy, professionally or in my free time?
What are my interests?
What are my strengths and aptitudes? Soft skills? Hard skills?
Do I want to specialize in certain technical skills or take on management roles?
Once you answer questions like these—and any others that are important to you—you can better research potential careers paths. It’s also important to revisit your career goals as you grow personally and professionally to ensure your goals remain achievable and aligned with your interests.