Focusing on excellent customer service

Bird Forestry management and employees reviewed ways to ensure the best customer service experience possible and up-to-date communication opportunities this week at Hidden Lakes Hunting Resort.

Bird Forestry’s dedication to high-quality, science-based forest resource management services includes ongoing efforts to stay abreast of the latest methods and practices for the highest-quality service for all property management needs.

Hidden Lakes
A European pheasant shoot offered a little recreation along with business.

Toward that goal, Bird Forestry employees met earlier this week at Hidden Lakes Hunting Resort near Yantis, Texas, for a conference that included a variety of topics focusing on customer service and communication with clients.

While at Hidden Lakes, the foresters also took time for a European pheasant shoot enjoying the East Texas outdoors spring weather.

Bird Forestry’s extensive knowledge and experience allow us to prepare an effective and useful forest resource management plan for any tract of land. Whether it is an upland pine site or bottomland hardwood ecosystem, we provide our clients with an in-depth overview of all their forest resources and the best recommendations for maximizing value—both monetarily and personally.

Bird Forestry offers a variety of land management tools to address your specific needs or multiple needs whether your goals are timber production, recreation or legacy development.

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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