This 9,100 acre property provides Tall Timbers with a unique opportunity for research on a working hunting plantation. Our objectives at Dixie include: maintaining a high density bobwhite quail population for field trials, enhancing the ecological, cultural, and historic values, education in wildlife management, and research that contribute to the mission of Tall Timbers. We are committed to continuing the pointing dog field trial tradition at Dixie, which may be best known as the grounds for the Continental Field Trial, where it has been held annually since 1937. Dixie is also home to a historic Greek revival home designed by John Russell Pope, the foremost classical architect of the twentieth century. Donations will be used to support management of this historic property.