The Red Hills region of North Florida and South Georgia is one of the most ecologically diverse areas in the country. The greater region spans across 650,000 acres and is home to over 100 historic quail hunting properties. One property in particular has had a prominent effect on the shaping of this region. Longpine Plantation. Founded in 1888, the nearly 7,300-acre plantation is one of the seminal properties of the Red Hills. Longpine has a strong reputation for its world-class quail hunting, beautiful stands of longleaf pine, and a long history of exemplary land stewardship. Spend a few hours on the property and it’s easy to see why Longpine remains one of the region’s most prominent and ecologically valuable properties in the Red Hills.
The kind owners of Longpine have graciously opened up their gates for an exclusive tour and management review of a premier wild quail hunting property. Join the management team along with the staff of Tall Timbers for this one of kind experience, discussions will include habitat management, prescribed fire, and much more. Friday, November 10th 8:30 -10:30 a.m. Location shared upon ticket purchase, space is limited.