IN THIS ISSUE...
- Garden & Gun Hosts Tall Timbers
- Tall Timbers featured at Hearth & Soul
- GA-FL Turkey Invitational
- Bird Boxing in South Florida
- Tree-ring Study of Historical Fires
- Concerns About Parasites in Bobwhite
- Experimental Garden Planted on Tall Timbers
- Carolina Regional Quail Project Gets New Biologist
- 2018 Continental Field Trial
- Spring Exhibit at Tall Timbers
- Fire Festival 2018
- Yes, Early Bobwhite Calls Heard
- Dr. Bud Bailey Donates Land to Tall Timbers
Winter 2018 | Vol 11 | No 1
Tall Timbers welcomes new Stewardship Manager to the Land Conservancy
Tall Timbers welcomes Josh Gamblin as the new Stewardship Manager in the Land Conservancy. Josh comes to us from a large private landowner in central Florida where he managed the property and wildlife. He has also worked for Florida Fish & Wildlife and Georgia DNR. A native of Georgia, Josh attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and then received his Master’s degree in Forest Resources and Conservation from the University of Florida. Josh is experienced in land management practices, including prescribed burning, heavy equipment operations, and timber operations. He is also proficient in a number of wildlife management techniques, including bobwhite whistle counts and covey calls, gobbling surveys, alligator nest surveys, Boone and Crockett scoring, and other threatened and endangered species surveys. Josh is experienced with GIS and GPS technology and map making and can assist our easement landowners with those needs. Josh will be serving our existing conservation easement landowners by providing a suite of extension services and completing annual monitoring visits.
When you meet Josh, welcome him to the Tall Timbers family.