Watch Margaret Taylor share how she started as a Park Ranger and worked her way up to an Assistant Director at Colorado Parks and Wildlife. As a park ranger, one of her responsibilities is to help wild animals. She has unwound fishing wires from birds so that they can fly again, and once she even took an injured fox into rehab. After it healed, she had it released back into the wild. She enjoys being for her work and is passionate about protecting and preserving parks and wildlife for future generations to enjoy. The best part is that there are lots of opportunities for girls to try out a career like hers. Just find a local state park and go for it!