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WHAT'S NEW IN FEBRUARY...
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are heading south! Check out the latest info on their incredible travels.
Is your hummingbird feeder still up?? Here's a few
why you should leave it up year round.
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CRITTER OF THE MONTH
The American Woodcock lives year round across Tennessee. Highly camouflaged it is usually difficult to find. However in February it is easily detected when the male performs his aerial courtship flight.
Winter waterfowl can still be found in area lakes and ponds this month. Continue to look for Great White-fronted Geese, Mergansers, Wigeons, Ruddy Ducks, Ring-necked Ducks and a host of others.
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