Tom Anundson, Dave O'Barto, and Pat Hulle, Consulting Foresters
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|Posted on January 10, 2019 at 1:37 PM||comments (143)|
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Welcome to The Tree House Blog...Feel free to post forest and nature related items here, ask questions, or post pictures (family friendly only!!) Have Fun !!!!!
|Posted on April 11, 2013 at 2:33 PM||comments (230)|
Well, it would seem that spring is here...it is 76 degrees today, but the temp is going to drop to the 50s tomorrow. The turkeys are gobbling, the grouse are drumming, and the songbirds are singing. We have been working every day that it doesn't rain, and so far it has been a fairly dry spring. Anybody doing any fishing? Spring Gobbler seasons are close, good luck to all sportsmen and Sportswomen! If you want to post any pictures on this website send them to [email protected] and I will put them up.
|Posted on March 24, 2013 at 1:44 PM||comments (74)|
I have been spending quite a bit of time on gas line and well pad right-of-ways in Pennsylvania and Ohio. That entails alot of hiking and inventory work, but I like doing it because it insures that folks are getting properly compensated for their trees. If you own land and gas or oil development is happening on it BE SURE to get a tree appraisal! You are losing forest, it can never be replanted, so you should be fairly treated.
The development companies will offer you a "per lineal foot" offer to make an adjustment for your timber, but I have seen many cases where it wasn't enough. How do you know?
And...the development company WILL PAY FOR THE INVENTORY AND APPRAISAL.
It cost you nothing to be sure....why wouldn't you want to be ??
|Posted on March 7, 2013 at 8:45 AM||comments (160)|
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|Posted on February 23, 2013 at 10:57 AM||comments (109)|
Greetings to old and new customers! Welcome to the new and improved website. You were probably used to the old, brown pages and links, and we loved those, too. But technology has advanced far beyond the software I used to edit the old site, and I found myself unable to edit it anymore.
That, of course, was totally unacceptable because I want to be able to keep you updated and in touch with current goings-on in the timber and wildlife world. Please, FEEL FREE to add comments to this blog, and to post pictures and articles you find interesting and relevant. Keep it clean and objective, though, please, since this is a family site. Anyone not doing so will be banned, period.
To get you started, I have found, through facebook, a fascinating article about a man who collects, of all things, ANTLERS. Now, I find a few in the woods and like to keep them, but with over 15,000 antlers this guy is more than a little obsessed. I love it...he hikes, enjoys the great outdoors, and spends most of his time searching for naturally shed deer and elk antlers. Here is the link to the article, complete with photos:
As I perform my daily work I often see rare and interesting things in the forest. I will post them in the "slide show" section of the website, and may even copy some of your submissions to it, giving you full credit, of course. If you have photos of the weird things a forest has to offer, post them please!
Again, welcome, and I look forward to hearing from you soon...happy hiking !!!