Bruce D. Eilerts
Biological Resources Manager
The Sanberg Group, Inc
Mr. Bruce Eilerts is the Biological Resources Manager for The Sanberg Group, Inc. and heads the company’s Las Vegas, Nevada office. He is a natural resources manager/wildlife biologist/environmental planner with over 31 years of experience as an environmental professional and is the company’s Lead Biologist. Mr. Eilerts experience includes Arizona Department of Transportation and the U.S. Air Force (including the Barry M. Goldwater Range), U.S. Navy, Center for BioDiversity, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Idaho Department of Fish and Game. He has extensive experience working with: wildlife research and management; endangered species (including a variety of birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish and plants); resident, tropical and neo-tropical migratory birds; desert, montane, wetland, marine and island ecosystems; alien and invasive species; biodiversity; land management; wetlands identification, delineation and restoration (COE certified); wildlife connectivity; and unique flora, fauna and habitats in diverse geographic locations. Mr. Eilerts is familiar with local, state and federal laws and regulatory requirements and has prepared: numerous NEPA and related (non-federal) documents; Section 7 and 10 Consultations; Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans (INRMPs); work plans; wildlife management plans; resource surveys, assessments and recovery plans; wildlife linkages assessments; and wildlife and related environmental permitting documentation. Additionally, Mr. Eilerts has served as: the co-chair of the Arizona Wildlife Linkages Steering Committee; co-chair of the Western Governors Association, Transportation Committee; and has been a speaker, provided classes, briefings and presentations at various conferences, symposiums, and academic institutions. He has advised elements at the Pentagon, Office of the Secretary of the Interior, the Governor of Arizona, and the Republic of Mexico’s Minister of Interior. He is also the co-discoverer and co-author of a recent paper describing the Bryan’s Shearwater, a new species of seabird.
Endangered Species, Environmental Awareness, Wildlife, Biodiversity, Natural Resources