Long known for rolling hills and fertile red clay soil, this region is rich in biological diversity, natural resources, and endless scenic beauty. The Red Hills Region is home to the largest percentage of bobwhite quail in the world, as well as several threatened and endangered plant and animal species. Thomasville is also home to the largst natural stand of long-leaf pine trees in the nation. Southwest Georgia has long been noted for its great quantity and variety of game bids. Barron’s columnist, Steven M. Sears, proclaimed Thomasville as “America’s quail hunting capital.” In 2015, USA TODAY listed Thomasville as “one of nine top sporting destinations in America!”
Tall Timbers Research Station
Tallahassee, FL 32312
Located between Thomasville and Tallahassee, Florida, rests 300,000 acres of undeveloped plantation land known as the Red Hills Region. It is home to several rare species of federally endangered birds, animals, and plants. 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 Corridotrs” in the United States.