_Wildlife Land Management
Being able to identify the avian community on your property is an important step in land management. We will visit your land and conduct either a walking or driving grid survey. We can do either a basic overview of the bird species on your property or a species density survey. We can inspect your nesting boxes, feeders and water sources and advise on their placement and condition.
Bird surveys fulfill one of the management practices required for TX Wildlife Management Tax Valuation.
NEWS: Birding Port Canaveral, FL and Bahamas Nov 14-22, 2013......report posted soon! Any tips appreciated!
Winner of Wimberley Birding Society "Golden Eagle Award" in 2008
Featured on Texas Parks & Wildlife TV "Birding Basics" show.... click here to view
Sandy Komito - Record holder of Big Year since 1998 - says "I've known Jesse for a number of years and his birding skills are quite impressive and make him a most qualified individual in the area of bird identification."
Cecilia Riley - Executive Director of Gulf Coast Bird Observatory - "Watching Jesse grow from an avid kid birder into an honest, talented, professional has been a joy. If only other adults professing to serve conservation showed just half of Jesse’s commitment, the planet would be a healthier place –and there would be a lot more birds and birders in it!"
Jim & Jean M. - survey recipients - "For the past three years Jesse Huth has provided a springtime bird count on our Wimberley property in support of our Wildlife Management plan and report. Each year he did an early morning and late afternoon/evening tour of our property. Jesse has amazing skills and was able to identify birds by both sight and sound. After we developed a small water feature on our property, Jessie noted a dramatic increase in the number of species of warblers visiting that location. We would recommend Jesse to anyone desiring a competent bird survey on their property."
Mike & Angela H. - survey recipients '06 to present - comments to be added soon
Other testimonials available upon request.
Featured in Texas Parks & Wildlife "Keep Texas Wild" page 48 alongside mentor Cliff Shackelford