Trees from Holden Used for Rehabbing Birds at CMNH

Wed., Dec. 29, 2021

By Rick Anielski, Arborist

Recently, the Collections Maintenance crew received a request from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History for trees that ranged from 15 to 20 feet in length, and 2 to 4 inches in diameter to be used for rehabbing the bird in closers. Gary and I knew of areas where we could easily harvest and transport the needed trees for loading.  All the trees we cut were either damaged by storms or were on road sides that needed to be removed to maintain right-of-ways.  It took less than a day of our time to collect the trees needed, but the impact they will have on the bird enclosures will easily last years.  Here are pictures of the harvest, transport, and final use of the trees.

Rick Anielski

Rick Anielski



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