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Nature’s Beauty often followed by economic and safety issues

Posted on: January 19th, 2018

Sleet, snow, ice and sub-freezing temperatures create magnificent visual beauty in nature as they did this week in East Texas and Louisiana. The artistic snapshots are a picturesque part of nature’s biological balance and wildlife habitat maintenance and can result in economic losses, forest management problems, and safety concerns. When the beauty thaws, the first […]

State Forestry Associations: A voice for landowners and for our timberlands

Posted on: January 12th, 2018

State Forestry Associations: Are you a member of your state’s forestry association? Texas Forestry Association (TFA) and Louisiana Forestry Association (LFA) are more than just associations of forest landowners, businesses, and professionals. TFA and LFA offer programs for almost everyone with an interest in our forestlands. Programs in conservation, business, history, education, wildlife, sustainable forestry, […]

Jered Rhodes – From intern to team member

Posted on: January 5th, 2018

Bird & Crawford Forestry welcomes Jered Rhodes on his return. Jered served as a summer intern prior to his last semester at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches where he graduated in December with a bachelor of science degree in forestry and wildlife management.  During his internship, the Weatherford, Texas, native expressed a desire […]

Happy New Year from Bird & Crawford

Posted on: December 29th, 2017

HAPPY NEW YEAR! The end of the year brings no greater joy than the opportunity to express to you season’s greetings and good wishes. May your New Year be filled with happiness, joy, and prosperity.   For more information on how Bird & Crawford Forestry can help you set and reach your land management goals in […]

Merry Christmas from Bird & Crawford Forestry

Posted on: December 19th, 2017

From everyone at Bird and Crawford Forestry, wishing you a wonderful Christmas filled with unforgettable moments of happiness, laughter, and good cheer.  

Hunting traditions handed down through the generations

Posted on: December 15th, 2017

Hunting is ingrained in our country’s culture of time-honored traditions. Along with Christmas gifting and family gatherings, hunting is a tradition that has been handed down through the years and often associated with holiday traditions.  A friend we know hunts with family members as part of his Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings. Enjoying with family members, […]

Mike Bird Named President-Elect of TFA

Posted on: December 8th, 2017

Bird and Crawford Forestry – Members of the Bird & Crawford Forestry team currently serve in various positions in both Texas and Louisiana state forestry associations. Mike Bird moved up to president-elect of the Texas Forestry Association at the organization’s recent annual meeting. Sam Crawford will be serving on the Louisiana Forestry Association board of […]

112 Tracts of Timberland

Posted on: December 1st, 2017

An Estimated 18,624 +/- Acres South Arkansas • North Louisiana • East Texas TerraStone Land Company, Bird and Crawford’s real estate associate company at Advanced Ecology, Ltd., specializes in property for investment, income or recreation. A great potential for all three can be found in this offering for sale, by sealed bid, on 112 tracts […]

Happy Thanksgiving from Bird & Crawford Forestry

Posted on: November 22nd, 2017

May the good things of life be yours in abundance, not only at Thanksgiving, but throughout the year. We pause to offer thanks to our talented group of employees, to our faithful clients and business associates, and for the great country in which we are privileged to live and work. Thanks to each of you […]

Boundary Lines

Posted on: November 13th, 2017

Effective legal steps to help deter trespassers Forestlands are often a significant portion of a landowner’s assets, but any tract of land is only as valuable as the boundaries that define it. As the old saying states, “Good fences make good neighbors,” the same is true for established and well-maintained forestland boundary lines. Painting and […]