What is Tall Timbers?»

Our History

Tall Timbers’ history is represented in two timelines using photos from our archives, and excerpts from The Legacy of a Red Hills Hunting Plantation: Tall Timbers Research Station & Land Conservancy, a history of Tall Timbers, and from more current newsletters and annual reports.
View timelines here.

Explore the Red Hills Region»

The Red Hills Region is a 300,000-acre area located between Thomasville, Georgia and Tallahassee, Florida. Known for its rolling hills and red clay soils, the region is rich in biological diversity, historic resources, and scenic beauty. Often called the land between two rivers, the Red Hills Region is nestled between the scenic Ochlockonee and Aucilla Rivers. The region serves as a lifeline between coastal and northern wildlands. Natural, historical, and cultural wonders abound throughout the Red Hills.

What’s New

Flower in Wetlands

Toll Road Plan Threatens Red Hills

Tall Timbers opposes the construction of the proposed Suncoast Connector toll road from Citrus County through Jefferson County. The M-CORES program, which includes the proposed Suncoast Connector toll road, passed through the Florida Legislature at breakneck speed with little review or analysis. Tall Timbers has a number of concerns given the potential for significant and widespread impacts.

Join us in asking the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners to OPPOSE the Suncoast Connector toll road and its path through Jefferson County.


SUV with Dogs
New Exhibit at Tall Timbers’ Webster Art Gallery

Opens December 8, 2019

The Artist’s Choice Exhibit opens Sunday, December 8, 2019, and runs through the end of February. It features painting from members of the Tallahassee Area Watercolor Society. The Webster Art Gallery is located upstairs on the second floor of the historic Beadel House. The second floor is not handicap accessible.

Orvis Florida Fly Fishing School

Red Hills Fire Festival

January 25, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Fire Festival is your chance to get outside and experience, enjoy, and learn about the natural role of fire in the Red Hills region. It’s a free festival! It’s a good time with live music, prescribed fire demos, live wildlife, wagon ride tours of healthy forests, hands-on fire equipment, kids’ activities, and food vendors.
Rain date is February 1st. Click “going” or “interested” on the Facebook event to receive updates on the event, and don’t forget to share it with your friends.