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Volume 1 | No. 4 | November 2008   


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Herbert Stoddard Banding Quail in the 1920s

Herbert Stoddard Natural History Seminar

Dr. Albert Way presents:

"Burned to be Wild: Herbert L. Stoddard and the Roots of Ecological Conservation in the Southern Coastal Plain."

Thursday, November 20 

7:00 - Refreshments • 7:30 - Lecture

On Thursday, November 20, Dr. Albert Way will be the featured speaker for the Herbert Stoddard Natural History Seminar. His lecture will be titled "Burned to be Wild: Herbert L. Stoddard and the Roots of Ecological Conservation in the Southern Coastal Plain."

Dr. Way received his PhD in History from the University of Georgia in 2008. For his dissertation, Dr. Way used the Stoddard Collection at the Tall Timbers Archives for his research.

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Fall Field Day and Game Bird Seminar

Game Bird Seminar attendees visit before the presentations Tall Timbers hosted this year’s 50th Anniversary Fall Field Day. Much needed rain did not dampen spirits of attendees that came to hear research reports on Burning, Genetics, Feeding, Predation, Translocation, Population Dynamics, Tall Timbers history and much more.

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Support bipartisan Congressional legislation for conservation easements incentives

By Kevin McGortyA property under conservation easement

Even during these tough economic times, Congress is working to make the expanded federal tax incentives for conservation easements permanent. House Bill 1576 and Senate Bill 469 would make permanent the incentives allowing landowners to deduct a larger portion of their income over a longer period of time. Bipartisan support and co-sponsorship of the bills includes 181 Representatives and 27 Senators.

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Tall Timbers welcomed over 700 guests to its 50th Anniversary Open House, October 19

"During our 50th Anniversary Celebration, we want to connect with the community to share what Tall Timbers does," said Lane Green, Executive Director. "Their support has been invaluable in our efforts to promote land stewardship and conservation, and we are delighted to welcome them to our facility."

A steady stream of visitors took the tour of the historic Beadel House

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The mission of Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy is to foster exemplary land stewardship through research, conservation and education.