Tall Timbers is currently closed to visitors
All in-person meetings and training are cancelled until further notice. We are working to slow the spread of COVID-19 by following best management practices as outlined by the CDC. For questions, please contact Jennifer Roberts at 850-212-5542.
- A research station established to better understand the ecology of the longleaf pine ecosystem
- The premier quail research program in the south
- The home of fire ecology research
- Wildland Fire Science, home of the Prescribed Fire Science Consortium
- The Stoddard Bird Lab, which conducts research on the declining animals of the longleaf pine ecosystem
- A nationally accredited conservation land trust that protects the Red Hills region and beyond
- An information resource for land management
- Owner of Livingston Place, a 9,000+ acre extension of our research, conservation, and education mission
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.
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.
Episode 5 – Next Generation of Prescribed Fire
In this week’s episode of Fire University, Marcus Lashley sits down with Kevin Robertson, Morgan Varner, and Kevin Hiers at Tall Timbers where they discuss the socio-ecological complexities of fire ecology, and delve into the upcoming technological revolution leading us into the next generation of prescribed burning. Listen now.
New Albany Economic Impact Report
A new study by Tall Timbers and the Center for Economic Forecasting and Analysis at Florida State University found the total economic impact of Albany region quail hunting properties is over $145 million for a single year. In addition to being good for the regional economy, conserving these working rural lands protects our drinking water, recharges the aquifer, and provides habitat for dozens of declining wildlife species. News Release
Tall Timbers and the Florida Forest Service have developed a new digital campaign to continue building support for the use of prescribed fire. Using modern marketing techniques, the project asks Floridians to let neighbors know that prescribed fire protects the lands we love and communities we live in. The public website at WhyPrescribedFire.org and the new partner toolkit provide videos and other resources to help spread the word. For access to the partner toolkit or more information, contact Brian Wiebler.