The “Latest News” Top Readership List for 2018

Top 10 Stories 2018

The news has been made for 2018 and the stories reported. What was your favorite forestry related topic in 2018? Which one of the Bird Forestry weekly posts comes to mind first? Reviewing the social media tracking data to determine which news items received the highest readership, we compiled the Bird Forestry “Latest News” Top Ten list. Saving the best for last, we’ll start with the week that placed tenth on the list. In the number ten spot was …

 

Number 10:

number 10

Timber, Taxes, and You – Posted December 7th


Number 9:

number 9

AEEF Scholarships Awarded – Posted on Aug. 3rd, 2018


Number 8:

number 10

Number 7:

number 9

Hunting Season is Just Around the Corner – Posted on September 14, 2018


Number 6:

number 10

Record Demand Questions Future Lumber Sources – Posted on May 18, 2018


Number 5:

number 9

Meet Madison Payne – Posted on June 22, 2018


Number 4:

number 10

Forest thinning funds available – Posted on November 2nd, 2018


Number 3:

number 9

Minimizing the effects of hot weather – Posted on August 17th, 2018


Number 2:

number 9

Number 1:

number 9

Forests are teeming with wildlife all year round – Posted on December 14th, 2018


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