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TWRA Publications

Bald Eagle Facts 2013 information sheet (PDF)

Great River Birding Trail map (PDF)

TWRA Wildlife Viewing Opportunities brochure (PDF)

Field Checklist of the Birds of Tennessee (PDF) Updated Dec 2013

The "Old" Woodworking for Wildlife instruction booklet (PDF) See updated online-only version here.

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Publications and reports from research projects funded by TWRA.

Hoverman, J. T., M. J. Gray, D. L. Miller and N. A Haislip. 2012. Widespread occurrence of ranavirus in pond-breeding amphibian populations.

Hoverman, J. T., M. J. Gray, N. A. Haislip, and D. L. Miller. 2011. Phylogeny, life history, and ecology contribute to differences in amphibian susceptibility to ranaviruses.

Hoverman, J. T., M. J. Gray, and D. L. Miller. 2010. Anuran susceptibilities to ranaviruses: the role of species identity, exposure route, and a novel virus isolate.

Gray, M. J., D. L. Miller, and J. T. Hoverman. 2009. Ecology and pathology of amphibian ranaviruses. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 87:243-266.

Gray, M. J., D. L. Miller, and J. T. Hoverman. 2009. First report of Ranavirus infecting lungless salamanders. Herpetological Review 40:316-319.

Burton, E. C., M. J. Gray, A. C. Schmutzer and D. L. Miller. 2009. Differential responses of postmetamorphic amphibians to cattle grazing in wetlands. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:269-277.

Schmutzer, A. C., M. J. Gray, E. C. Burton, and D. L. Miller. 2008. Impacts of cattle on amphibian larvae and the aquatic environment. Freshwater Biology 53:2613-2625.Burton, E. C., D. L. Miller, E. L. Styer, and M. J. Gray. 2008. Amphibian ocular malformation associated with Frog virus 3. The Veterinary Journal 177:442-444.

Gray, M. J., D. L. Miller, A. C. Schmutzer, and C. A. Baldwin. 2007. Frog virus 3 prevalence in tadpole populations inhabiting cattle-access and non-access wetlands in Tennessee, USA. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 77:97-103.