Find a Wildlife Trained Arborist
If you are looking to hire an arborist to care for your trees while minimizing impacts to nesting wildlife and managing wildlife habitat, consider hiring a Wildlife Trained Arborist. While there are many Wildlife Trained Arborists, the list below are individuals that:
- are a Certified Arborist,
- have completed a wildlife training workshop of at least 4 hours,
- are aware of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (Migratory Birds Convention Act in Canada) and any other laws or regulations in the area and have practices in place to minimize impacting nesting wildlife, and
- want you to directly contact them.
DISCLAIMER: The Tree Care for Birds and other Wildlife Project and the Western Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture are not in any way responsible for any actions on the part of these individuals or companies which may result in harm or damage as a result of utilizing their service. This list is periodically updated and was last updated October 10, 2023.
|Brian French||Arboriculture Internationalfirstname.lastname@example.org||Northern Oregon||5922 SE Jennings Ave.||Milwaukie, OR||97267|
|Amber Graves Alvares||Monarch Landscapeemail@example.com||California||95035|
|Andy Boyer||Abies Tree Carefirstname.lastname@example.org||Oregon||97218|
|Elena Lauterbach||Sweaty Betty Tree Careemail@example.com||Oregon||97206|