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Vol. 3 | No. 5 | October 2010   

 

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Tall Timbers holds Open House and a Music Festival - Pickin' in the Pines 

Sunday, October 17
12 Noon - 6:30 PM
 
Entrance Fee: $10 per person or $30 per vehicle (advance purchase), $40 per vehicle at the gate; $20 per vehicle for students with valid student ID (advance purchase), $30 at the gate. Tickets can be purchased in advance from our web site: www.talltimbers.org or by calling 850.893.4153. Advance purchase by October 15. Proceeds will benefit the Wade Tract Preserve and programs at Tall Timbers.
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Sinkola Plantation hosts the Tall Timbers Fall Field Day  Friday, October 22, 2010

Sinkola lies in the heart of the Red Hills plantation region. This beautiful shooting plantation and working farm is naturally diverse with large sink holes, broad drains, and old longleaf forests. It is also historically rich with roots to the very start of the Thomasville plantation community. For over a century Sinkola has been owned and operated by the same family; now being managed by the fifth generation of owners! Come listen to their story...

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Scotswood Plantation hosts the South Carolina Fall Field Day • November 5th

Owner Barclay McFadden and manager Craig McFadden have successfully restored wild bobwhite populations on Scotswood’s beautiful 3,600 acres! The result of their dedication is one of the finest wild bird hunting properties in the Palmetto State.

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A Great Quail Season Ahead

We are anticipating about a 25% increase in bobwhite populations this fall! While owners and managers deserve 90% of the credit for the good quail season ahead, Mother Nature did her part to spur populations upward as well!

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