Forrest Bird with good friend and "war buddy" Mac Haskell taken during 1944 with a Douglas A-26 Attack Bomber.
Dr. Bird's father (Morton Forrest Bird) in 1944
1940 the barn and garage where Dr. Bird and his father had their shop, airplane and vehicle storage
1940 Dr. Bird's home where he was raised in Stoughton, Massachusetts
Many memories were created here was Dr. Bird was a young lad whose father, Morton, was a major influece upon his life. Dr. Bird's father was an inventor relating to the manufacturing of "lasts" for making shoe models. He was also superb aviator and sailor. Morton Bird was the first volunteer from Stoughton, MA to serve in WWI.
Museum Exhibit Photos
Group Visits and School Photos
Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center
325 Bird Ranch Road. Sagle, Idaho 83860