Hi, I'm in my Junior Year of highschool and I'm looking at what I want to go and do after school. I've always wanted to be a police officer, ever since I was like, 4. But now I'm not so sure, I have so many other options and talents. I know I'll probably change my mind halfway through college or something like most people do, but I'm really interested in bird vets. I know they are sparse and hard to find. We have none for 300 miles here, and back where I used to live it was the same. What does it take to be a vet specializing in birds? It's about 8 years of school, right? Are there any better colleges or majors for the job? Birds make me happy, and I love working with them. I think I would very happy with a job like this, and I've always loved science and biology and such. Another branch of thought, what about a traveling bird vet? Since they are so hard to find, I thought it would be amazing if a bird vet would travel. To towns, or shows, or something. Any vet info would be amazing. Thank you so much.