Publications

Since Tall Timbers was established in 1958, it has been the outlet of numerous research publications through its Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings and numerous staff publications. Tall Timbers has also published a variety of printed newsletters and reports throughout the years.

In 2008, we transitioned to electronic communications with the Tall Timbers eNews, our electronic, web-based newsletter published four times per year. Notification of the latest edition of our eNews  is emailed to subscribers; subscription is easy from our website home page. Previous issues can be viewed on the eNews Archives page. In 2014, we introduced the Tall Timbers eJournal, a biannual digital magazine, published spring and fall. This magazine format features more in-depth articles written by staff and guest contributors. Notification of a new edition of the eJournal will only been sent to Tall Timbers members. Another new digital publication is the Firebird, an e-newsletter from the Stoddard Bird Lab; it will be published biannually in the summer and winter. Like the eJournal, receiving notification of the Firebird is a benefit of membership.

The Quail Call, a newsletter from our Game Bird Program with quail research reports, and the Annual Report, which highlights the previous year’s accomplishments, will still be printed and mailed to our members. A PDF version of past issues of the Quail Call  and the Annual Report (past five years) are available below.

Also, please see below our conservation publications available as PDFs, citation lists of staff published works (most available as PDFs), and hard copy publications that are for sale.

Newsletters and Digital Magazine

Annual Reports (Current & Past)

Conservation Publications

Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings

Staff Published Works

Publications for Sale

Click below to purchase any of the publications Tall Timbers offers for sale.

Tall Timbers Bibliography

Click below to access the Tall Timbers Bibliography, which includes articles published by Tall Timbers Staff and Associates beginning in 1958. It is a searchable PDF file. In Adobe Acrobat, it can be searched by author, date or subject matter.