Stockton Fish and Wildlife Office
Pacific Southwest Region

   Patricia Bratcher

Role with the AFRP :

California Department of Fish and Game Habitat Restoration Coordinator for the upper Sacramento River and its tributaries, Region 1 CDFG

Watersheds:

Education:

B.A., Magna Cum Laude, 1988, Environmental Biology, California State University, Fresno.

Previous Experience:

2001 to present Staff Environmental Scientist, Region 1, California Department of Fish and Game, Redding, CA

1998 to 2001 Fish and Wildlife Biologist, Northwest Forest Plan/Environmental Services Branch, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Red Bluff, CA

1996 to 1998 Fisheries Biologist, Northwest Forest Plan/Environmental Services Branch, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Red Bluff, CA

1992 to 1996 Wildlife Biologist, Shasta Trinity National Forests, Platina and Hayfork, CA

1995 Forest Fisheries Program Manager (detail), Shasta Trinity National Forests, Redding, CA

1990 to 1996 Wildlife Biologist, Sequoia National Forest, California Hot Springs, CA

1989 to 1990 Forestry Technician, Timber and Wildlife Branch, Sequoia National Forest, California Hot Springs, CA

1989 Forestry Technician, Spotted Owl Research, Development, and Application Program, Sequoia National Forest, Porterville, CA

1988 Biologist (volunteer), LD&A Associates, Richmond, CA

1985 to 1988, Scientific Aide, Fisheries and Wildlife Branches, California Department of Fish and Game, Fresno, CA

Selected Projects and Publications:

Member of team implementing recovery of Little Kern Golden Trout, California Department of Fish and Game Research on the California Spotted Owl, Research, Development and Application Program, Region 5 U.S. Forest Service

Steering Committee Member, Neotropical Migratory Bird (NTMB) Program, Region 5 US Forest Service; Klamath Province NTMB Coordinator; Team member/co-author, Region 5 USFS NTMB Monitoring Plan

Numerous Biological Assessments for a variety of projects, Sequoia and Shasta Trinity National Forests, 1989-1996

Butter Creek Implementation Plan, Fisheries Section, Shasta Trinity National Forests, U.S. Forest Service, 1995

Office representative, Litigation on the Northwest Forest Plan, 2000-2001, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Red Bluff, CA

Other Interests:

Family, outdoor recreation, reading, gardening, horsemanship, artwork.

Contact Information:

Patricia Bratcher
California Department of Fish and Game
601 Locust Street
Redding , CA 96080 96001
(530) 225-3845   ext.  N/A
Email: pbratcher  [just add @dfg.ca.gov]

Last updated: December 17, 2012