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Micah Youngblood
Micah Youngblood

If it goes through Bird Forestry, it crosses Micah Youngblood’s desk. The Center office administrative assistant for the forestry operation of Advanced Ecology, Ltd. is celebrating five years with the company this year.

“The best part of my job,” Micah said, “Is that I learn something new every day. That, and the people I work with,” she added. “I love the people I get to work with at Bird Forestry.”

“Over the past several years, I have come to learn that the members of our company family here at Bird Forestry/Advanced Ecology add value to our clients as well as our company,” said Mark Bird. “This same dedication and quality holds true for Micah. When Micah was first hired, she knew very little about the forestry industry and our business, but she did not hesitate to roll up her sleeves and jump in feet first to gain a knowledge and understanding of the operation. We are so thankful to have her as a member of our company family.”

“I love the people I get to work with at Bird Forestry.” Micah Youngblood

Micah is a native of Center and says with a smile, “born and raised.” She is a graduate of Center High School and worked in the office of a local physician’s clinic prior to joining Bird Forestry. In addition, she is also a licensed massage therapist.

Asked about hobbies and how she spends her time when not at Bird Forestry, Micah said that she and her nine-year-old son, Guner, enjoy traveling, outdoor activities, and spending time with family.


At Bird Forestry, we have been managing and marketing forest products for our clients for many years, and we understand the importance of your forestland assets. Let us help you set and reach your forest and land management goals.

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