Dominic Bachman

Dominic Bachman, State Wetland/Wildlife Biologist
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

509.323.2972

Dominic Bachman became the Natural Resources Conservation Service Washington State Wildlife Biologist in 2016, where he is working across the region’s diverse habitats to conserve birds and other wildlife. He is the state technical lead on sage grouse and focuses most of his efforts on wetlands, riparian and sagebrush steppe ecosystems. He has worked on bird habitat projects in most of the western states and spent ten years working as a refuge wildlife biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlfie Service in Coastal California and in the Southern Oregon-Northeastern California region of the IWJV. Dominic grew up in Utah and was raised on the wetlands surrounding the Great Salt Lake. He got his master’s degree from Humboldt State University, working on coastal grassland habitat management for geese. He enjoys partnership building and is heavily involved in The Wildlife Society at the state and national levels. He loves spending time chasing birds with his two German Wirehaired Pointers.