Giving Tuesday-banded quail chicks


December 1 is #GivingTuesday

After you have finished contributing to the economy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday,
don’t forget to contribute to your favorite cause on #GivingTuesday.

Click HERE to support Wildlife and Wildlands by making a contribution to Tall Timbers.

Jingle Bells, watercolor by Linda Lee

A new exhibit opens at the Webster Art Gallery

December Open House | Meet the Artists
Sunday, Dec. 6 at 2:15 p.m.

At Tall Timbers’ December Open House meet the artists featured in the new exhibit at the Webster Art Gallery. The Tallahassee Area Watercolor Society opens the exhibit the first week of December at the Gallery, which is on the second floor of the historic Beadel House. The Beadel House will be decorated for the holidays with vintage ornaments. Light refreshments will be served.

The Webster Art Gallery is open on Tuesdays from 2-4 p.m. and during Tall Timbers monthly Open House.


Ticks and Politics in South Florida: The Fourth Seminole War and the Photographs of Roy Komarek

A new book by Robert L. Crawford
This book is an account of the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation “tick war” of the early 1940s. It is illustrated with first time published photographs by Roy Komarek, an accomplished photographer, who under the direction of Herbert Stoddard and the Cooperative Quail Study Association was hired by the National Audubon Society to investigate the problem.

To learn more about this era and see rare photographs of the Seminoles and cattlemen involved in the war against the Cattle Fever Tick, buy the book here.