At the moment I'm thinking of majoring in wildlife science. It sounds like a really cool major that fits with what I want to do. The basic gist of it is that it involves conservation and knowing things about animals environments. It would be a cool job because it gives the opportunity to work in pretty much all places. I could stay in the midwest and probably work with raptors or I would either move up north to study killer whales or down south to work with marine reefs and sharks. The problem I foresee is that this major requires biology every year, which isn't exactly a walk in the park.