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Kaden Trace Theodos

Posted on: March 6th, 2020

Kaden Theodos, the newest forester added to the Bird Forestry team in the Shreveport office.

Our wishes for you

Posted on: December 20th, 2019

We extend our wishes to you and your family for a very Merry Christmas. May you not only delight in the happiness and warmth of this holiday season but also in health and good fortune throughout the coming year. — from everyone at Bird Forestry and Advanced Ecology!

Thanksgiving wishes for family, friends, happiness, and health

Posted on: November 27th, 2019

Although being thankful for our clients, associates and friends is something we take to heart every day, we are especially mindful of each and every one of you during this holiday season. Working with you and counting you among our friends continues to be our pleasure, and we treasure our relationship with you. It’s with […]

Bird Forestry team members attend TFA annual meeting 

Posted on: November 1st, 2019

Several Bird Forestry team members were on hand October 16-18 for the Texas Forestry Association’s (TFA) 105th annual meeting at the historic Fredonia Hotel in Nacogdoches, where Bird Forestry CEO and TFA President Mike Bird presided. The conference for members and non-members interested in forestry, “from the family forest owner to mills and timber industry […]

‘Job well done’ Poultry Festival Broiler Show participants

Posted on: November 1st, 2019

Bird Forestry salutes the Shelby County 4-H and FFA student exhibitors at the 43rd annual East Texas Poultry Festival Broiler Show and Sale held Saturday, October 5 in Center. Forty pens made the sale where Kalei LaRock’s grand champion pen of broilers (Center FFA) sold for a $7,000 bid final bid from Farmer’s State Bank […]

Forest management is practiced widely every Saturday morning

Posted on: November 1st, 2019

When you mow your lawn, you are keeping your property in a grass-herbaceous state. When you stop mowing, your yard continues the process of recolonizing woody plants. Forestlands are the same. We humans take actions to manipulate the vegetative structure on the land and call it forest management. In the past, our forests were subject […]

TFS programs offered for qualified forest landowners

Posted on: September 6th, 2019

Funding and technical assistance for two important forest land management tools were released this week through Texas A&M Forest Service (TFS) for qualified landowners. However, the timelines for applying are short, so you need to act fast. TFS is accepting grant applications to reimburse landowners for the costs of conducting prescribed burns on their property […]

Wishing you a very Happy Labor Day

Posted on: August 30th, 2019

Every achievement tells a story of someone’s efforts. The story of this country’s achievement has been written by the efforts of hard-working Americans. We celebrate Labor Day by recognizing the beauty and accomplishment in life that lies in working. Hard work never fades but lives in the individual success stories of Americans inspiring generations to […]