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Vol 5| No 4| November 2012   


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Chick in nestThe Quail Hatch is much improved in 2012

The 2012 quail hatch in the Albany area and Red Hills was much improved over last year when we were in the middle of a record drought! It all started with a mild winter which kept migratory hawk numbers below normal and overwinter quail survival above normal.

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Joe MichaelsFire Summit II hosted by Tall Timbers

From October 16-18 Tall Timbers hosted the second Fire Summit to update the current strategic plans for prescribed fire in Florida and Georgia to 2020. In 2008, the two states met at Tall Timbers to develop the first Strategic Plan 2008-2020 for prescribed fire for each state.

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Fal Field Day

Under the tent and in the field at Cherokee Plantation 

On Friday, Oct. 26, Cherokee plantation was the host of the 2012 Tall Timbers Fall Field Day during a perfect fall morning in the Red Hills of north Florida. During registration, almost 250 attendees checked out our sponsors' exhibits, and old friends mingled.

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Dust jacket of Book

The newly published history of Tall Timbers makes a great holiday gift

The Legacy of a Red Hills Hunting Plantation: Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy by Robert L. Crawford and William R. Brueckheimer

The Legacy of a Red Hills Hunting Plantation traces Henry Beadel’s evolution from sportsman and naturalist to conservationist. Beadel was Tall Timbers Research Station's benefactor. Complemented by a wealth of previously unpublished, rare vintage photographs, it follows the transformation of the plantation into what its founders envisioned--a long-term plot study station, independent of government or academic funding and control.

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