David Bryan

Private Lands Biologist (Fredericksburg)

David Bryan is CMI’s Private Lands Wildlife Biologist out of the Northeastern Virginia Conservation Office in Hanover, VA, serving the Culpeper Region, Middle Peninsula, Northern Neck and Northern Virginia. Before joining the “Quail Team” in March of 2011, David worked for over two years with the National Audubon Society’s Virginia Important Bird Areas Program as an intern and then Outreach Coordinator. From bird surveys to outreach education to Geographic Information Systems work, he has completed a large variety of projects geared towards the identification and preservation of the most critical bird habitats in Virginia. In his collegiate years, David also worked with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Natural Heritage Program and Maymont Foundation in Richmond, Virginia.

Habitat-based solutions to the recovery of avian species

The impact of invasive plants upon bird habitats and populations

The relationship between farm management practices and early successional wildlife populations

Master of Environmental Studies – Virginia Commonwealth University (2010)

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies – Virginia Commonwealth University (2008)

  • (804) 537-5225
  • David.Bryan@va.usda.gov
  • Hanover USDA Service Center
    13224 Hanover Courthouse Road PO Box 446
    Hanover, Virginia
    23069
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