Wildlife meets Industry

 

Nesting Post is the most innovative wildlife habitat application designed for cavity nesting birds, which integrates nesting structures (bird houses) quickly onto 100s of millions of preexisting marker poles across the country. North America is criss-crossed with a variety of utility right of ways, pipelines alone cross 2.5 million miles. 

Right of way markers denote the presence of these lines and are placed in visible locations on the right of way. This adds up to one marker for every man, woman and child in north America! 

Our patented design integrates a wildlife nesting cavity into the upper portion of the markers! While still retaining the important function of warning buried utilities are present.  Learn more.

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What are cavity nesting birds?

Cavity-nesting bird species are diverse, ranging from woodpeckers to chickadees, owls and ducks. These species all rely upon standing dead wood, or snags, for habitat. Live trees with significant defects such as heart rot or decayed branch scars also provide habitat. Habitat for cavity-nesting species begins to form when a tree dies, or rot persists in a live tree, and continues to provide habitat for different species as decomposition continues.

 

Bringing wildlife and people together in a positive way.

 

-Russel McClendon,

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Wildlife meets Industry

Nesting Post is the most innovative wildlife habitat application designed for cavity nesting birds, which integrates nesting structures (bird houses) quickly onto 100s of millions of preexisting marker poles across the country. North America is criss-crossed with a variety of utility right of ways, pipelines alone cross 2.5 million miles. 

Right of way markers denote the presence of these lines and are placed in visible locations on the right of way. This adds up to one marker for every man, woman and child in north America! 

Our patented design integrates a wildlife nesting cavity into the upper portion of the markers! While still retaining the important function of warning buried utilities are present.  Learn more.

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What are cavity nesting birds?

Cavity-nesting bird species are diverse, ranging from woodpeckers to chickadees, owls and ducks. These species all rely upon standing dead wood, or snags, for habitat. Live trees with significant defects such as heart rot or decayed branch scars also provide habitat. Habitat for cavity-nesting species begins to form when a tree dies, or rot persists in a live tree, and continues to provide habitat for different species as decomposition continues.

Tufted Titmouse

Tufted Titmice look large among the small birds that come to feeders, an impression that comes from their large head and eye, thick neck, and full bodies. The pointed crest and stout bill help identify titmice even in silhouette. Color Pattern Soft silvery gray above and white below,…

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Tree Swallow

Tree Swallows are streamlined small songbirds with long, pointed wings and a short, squared or slightly notched tail. Their bills are very short and flat. Color Pattern Adult males are blue-green above and white below with blackish flight feathers and a thin black eye mask; females are duller…

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Carolina Wren

The Carolina Wren is a small but chunky bird with a round body and a long tail that it often cocks upward. The head is large with very little neck, and the distinctive bill marks it as a wren: long, slender, and downcurved. Color Pattern Both males and females…

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Carolina Chickadee

This tiny, approachable bird has a short neck and large head, giving it a distinctive spherical body shape. Its tail is fairly long and narrow. Its bill is a bit thicker than a warbler’s but thinner than a finch’s. Color Pattern Carolina Chickadees have a black cap and…

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Prothonotary Warbler

The Prothonotary Warbler is a large, heavy-bodied warbler with a big head and bill. It has shorter legs and a shorter tail than other warblers. Its bill is heavier and longer than most warblers. Color Pattern The Prothonotary Warbler is bright golden yellow with blue-gray wings and tail…

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Eastern Bluebird

The Eastern Bluebird is a small thrush with a big, rounded head, large eye, plump body, and alert posture. The wings are long, but the tail and legs are fairly short. The bill is short and straight. Color Pattern Male Eastern Bluebirds are vivid, deep blue above and…

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