Tall Timbers Research Station
Tallahassee, FL 32312
Known as the Red Hills Region, these 300,000 acres of undeveloped plantation land rests between Thomasville and Tallahassee, Florida. Due to years of active game bird management, it is home to several rare species of federally endangered birds, animals, and plants. Beautiful canopy roads, some paved and some unpaved, will give travelers a glimpse into land that has been virtually unchanged since the late 1800’s. The Nature Conservancy lists The Red Hills as one of America’s “Last Great Places,” and Scenic America identified the Red Hills canopy as one of the “Ten Most Scenic Corridors” in the United States.