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As a Naples tree service we are stewards of the local urban tree canopy. We are happy to volunteer with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.
In this instance, a concerned homeowner in Bonita Springs contacted the Conservancy when a baby red shouldered hawk fell to the ground from a palm in their front yard. After a night being attended to by the caring staff at the von Arx Wildlife hospital we were contacted then by Tim Thompson, another dedicated Conservancy volunteer, to help reunite the baby that had fallen.

We also attached a temporary makeshift nest so that both babies had a place to finish out their development.
Mike, our production manager, used our back yard mobile lift to gain access to perform the nest installation and reunion. Great job to all involved.

Hawk Renesting Completed: April 18, 2018 Bonita Springs, Florida

https://medium.com/@ConservancySWFL/tree-care-company-helps-with-baby-hawk-re-nesting-97b0d8598b68

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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Signature Tree Care invite you this year to the 2nd Annual Expo on April 11th in Ft. Myers, Florida.

The goal of the expo is to highlight environmental products, services and equipment that contributes to:
· Protecting Florida’s natural resources and promote economic growth
· Improving the quality of natural resources through long-term planning, restoration, and maintenance
· Enhancing human quality of life with environmental services

The Expo includes training opportunities. Meet environmental services and businesses that can help you meet your environmental needs.
LOCATION:
Joseph P. D'Alessandro Building
Room 165
2295 Victoria Avenue, Ft. Myers, FL 33902

Who Should Attend:
Environmental consultants, public utilities, park systems, natural resource managers, engineering firms, contractors, manufacturers, waste management, and other municipal departments.

https://floridadep.gov/south/sd-outreach/content/environmental-service-business-expo-fdep-meet-ups-monthly-workshop

Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care attended TCIA Executive Arborist Workshop in Rye Brook, New York April 3-4, 2018 (Tree Care Industry Association)

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Signature Tree Care climber Mike re nested a baby eagle on 2/8/2018 for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida on Starfish Avenue, Naples, Florida using our mobile lift and then climbing the rest of the way to the nest. Walter, operations manager on ground assisting in re nesting. Daddy eagle found a couple of days later close by, this photo by Tim Thompson, another Conservancy of SW Florida volunteer. Baby eagle is doing well!

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Issuing Office: Miami Source: National.Weather.Service, 2:27pm EST, Wed Jan 17

A FREEZE WARNING MEANS SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES ARE IMMINENT OR HIGHLY LIKELY. THESE CONDITIONS WILL KILL CROPS AND OTHER SENSITIVE VEGETATION.

WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 10 AM EST THURSDAY... * WHAT... WIND CHILLS ARE FORECAST TO RANGE FROM THE MID 20S TO MID 30S. * WHERE... GLADES, HENDRY, COLLIER, INLAND AND METRO PALM BEACH, AND INLAND BROWARD COUNTIES. * WHEN... FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING TO 10 AM EST THURSDAY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A WIND CHILL ADVISORY MEANS THAT COLD AIR AND THE WIND WILL COMBINE TO CREATE LOW WIND CHILLS. FROST BITE AND HYPOTHERMIA CAN OCCUR IF PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN.

Naples arborist Ian Orlikoff of Signature Tree Care with Nick Ewy of Naples Botanical Gardens 1/5/18 in a one on one lesson in tree climbing. Nick is receiving this tree climbing training from Signature Tree Care to safely ascend the trees at the Naples Botanical Garden to install orchids and other plants in their trees. Safety is always first in climbing and Nick did a great job in his first class.

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SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. PREFER AT LEAST 1 YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH A TREE WORK COMPANY:

trimming /pruning / removals / groundsman duties.

Tree Climbers and Groundsmen wanted. 

4 ten hour day work week with 3 day weekends. (All positions with overtime opportunities).

CDL Class A and MOT certification a plus.

Opportunities for growth into crew leader, supervisor & management.

Company focuses on safety, training and professionalism and is looking for people who seek the same. We work in a drug free environment with a family & team atmosphere. With a solid foundation, we offer strong growth opportunities.

Operating out of a well organized 4,500 square foot facility makes rain days available for training and maintenance. Be a part of our team that is always moving forward.

Call our office 239-348-1330 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , List previous work experience along with your email address and phone number.

Naples ​Certified Arborists Dr. Doug Caldwell (UF|IFAS Extension Collier County) and Ian Orlikoff ​of Signature Tree Care ​discuss how to minimize future storm damage.​

Hurricane Irma roared through Naples, Florida on September 10, 2017, with 141 MPH winds packed with a matrix of tornadic cells and wind shears.​

Due to high winds and poor planting and cultural practices, many trees were destroyed. But could the amount of tree carnage have been reduced? The video shows how to help storm-damaged trees recover. It also shows how to reduce the potential for storm damage by (1) training trees to grow without V-shaped crotches, (2) avoiding lions-tail pruning (“gutting" or removal of laterals along main branches and leaving tufts of foliage only at the very ends of the branches), and (3) selecting trees that will not out-grow the available rooting area.​

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