Fire Festival is your chance to get outside and experience, enjoy, and learn about the natural role of fire in the Red Hills Region. It’s a free festival! It’s a good time with live music, prescribed fire demos, wildlife, wagon ride tours of a healthy forest, hands-on fire equipment, kids’ activities, and food vendors.
Please join us for this free celebration of prescribed fire—a safe way to apply a natural process, ensure ecosystem health, and reduce wildfire risk. Thanks to the great partners who make Fire Festival possible and work hard to protect and further the use of prescribed fire.
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Tall Timbers publishes new book; original paintings are on exhibit at the Beadel House Webster Gallery
Robert L. Crawford and Rosalie Rodriguez have collaborated on a new book, George M. Sutton’s Watercolors for Georgia Birds: A New Look, which features the paintings beautifully reproduced and Sutton’s original essay and vignettes. The hardcover book, is 10 x 12 in., 96 pp. For more information about the book, click here. To purchase, click here.
The original watercolors painted for Georgia Birds will be exhibited until Feb. 28, at the Webster Art Gallery during gallery hours, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2-4 PM, and the Beadel House Tour, Jan 27, during the Fire Festival.
New Merchandise Has Launched
Call our Development Office to purchase a Tall Timbers hat. To order call 850-893-4153, x249. Price per hat is $20.00 plus $5.50 S/H. Colors available: brown, red, camo, and dark green.
Bobwhite Quail Management Handbook
“The Tall Timbers’ Bobwhite Quail Management Handbook is an essential tool for anyone wanting to understand the ecology and management of bobwhites in their eastern range.” Edited by William E. Palmer and D. Clay Sisson. For more about the book and to purchase, click here.