Ongoing training is part of the job

Ongoing Training

In-house training was underway at Bird Forestry recently when foresters engaged in conducting specific stem evaluations on felled trees for confirming inventory accuracy. Foresters Robert Ogle, Don Russell, Cheyenne Marksberry, Tyler Brady, Jered Rhodes, John Marksberry, and Mark Bird took part in the exercise.

Ongoing training and staying up to date on forestland management practices are an integral part of the service Bird Forestry has provided for 40 years. Our 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.

We offer a full range of services supported by the latest technology, database management systems, and techniques for private forest landowners, timberland investment firms, timber industry clients, and publicly-owned forest lands. This comprehensive suite of services provides forest landowners with the tools to make informed decisions regarding needs and opportunities for their forestland—today and for future generations.

And, our practice of ongoing training and staying abreast of technology and techniques ensures that you benefit from the best and the most up to date forestland management available.

At Bird Forestry, we are poised to deliver the highest-quality service for all property management needs.

We have been managing and marketing forest products for our clients for 40 years, and we understand the importance of your forestland assets. Let Bird Forestry help you set and reach your forest and land management goals.



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