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Mr. Dan Brauning

Wildlife Management Supervisor

Pennsylvania Game Commission

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Email: d***@***.us

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Pennsylvania Game Commission

2001 Elmerton Avenue

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110

United States

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PGC is an independent commission. The Commissioners are appointed by the Governor and approved by the senate. No one has any oversight, not even the Governor. PGC makes up the rules as they go along. Their main tactic is intimidation. They have been kno ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
The Eagle Institute

Member
Wilson Ornithological Society

Education

BS

Biology

Geneva College

MS

Interdisciplinary Program

bachelor's degree

biology

Geneva College , Beaver Falls

master's degree

ecology

Penn State University

Web References (104 Total References)


About Us: The Eagle Institute

www.eagleinstitute.org [cached]

Daniel Brauning, Wildlife Biologist, Ornithologist Pennsylvania Game Commission


"Bald eagles, as of the 2013 ...

www.pointparknewsservice.com [cached]

"Bald eagles, as of the 2013 field season, they have achieved all the metrics, the measurements, that would really be necessary for delisting," said Dan Brauning, wildlife diversity division chief with the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

The measurements, which are outlined in the bald eagle management plan, include having 150 active nests for five years. The state also counts the number of counties in which nests are found and how many young are produced from those nests.
"We've been able to sustain those numbers for a long enough time period that we don't think it's a statistical fluke or that something would change suddenly, and they would turn around and have to list them again," Brauning said.
The bald eagle was moved from "endangered" to "threatened" on the U.S. Endangered Species List in 1995 and delisted in 2007. Even though it made a successful return across the country, that doesn't mean each state has a large population. This is why the bird remained on the Pennsylvania Threatened and Endangered Species List.
Brauning said when the game commission meets with its board for quarterly meetings, it presents the most recent information regarding the species. The board, which is a governor-appointed group of eight members that rule on regulatory issues, will the make the final ruling on whether the eagle will be moved to "protected."
Brauning said the game commission believes measurements of the bald eagle are sufficient enough to have it delisted, but the issue is available for public comment if the public feels it's not ready.
"We'll assemble the comment we receive from the public and present that to our board in January, and then they will make the final decision," Brauning said.
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"In the recovery goal, we don't completely dismiss those sites, because they do contribute," Brauning said.


Monthly Meetings | Delmarva Ornithological Society

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Dan Brauning

Dan Brauning will summarize highlights from the recently-published Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania, of which he, Andy Wilson and Bob Mulvihill were editors. This presentation will address significant changes observed from the first Pennsylvania breeding bird atlas (which he edited), including species gained and lost, other notable changes in distribution, and the conservation value of this work. He will also describe and provide examples of Pennsylvania's innovative point count survey to obtain population density for over half of the species. This will include a discussion of how Bird Atlas projects compliment the annual Breeding Bird Survey for population monitoring, and some analytical methods employed to obtain these results. This is a richly illustrated presentation with many maps and bird photos.
Dan Brauning works with a strong team of biologists to plan and implement conservation of Pennsylvania's birds and mammals. Joining the Pennsylvania Game Commission as Ornithologist in 1990, he now juggles the issues of bird and mammal research and management as the Chief of the Wildlife Diversity Program. Dan assists with a number of state and regional projects, including Project Director of the 2nd Pennsylvania Breeding Bird Atlas Project (2004-2009), and Co-Editor (with Dr. Andy Wilson and Robert Mulvihill) of the resulting book, the Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania (2012).


Network Directory | NatureServe

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Daniel Brauning Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Diversity Section Chief dbrauning@pa.gov 717-787-5529


About Us: The Eagle Institute

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Daniel Brauning, Wildlife Biologist, Ornithologist Pennsylvania Game Commission

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