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WHAT'S NEW IN NOVEMBER...


The last of the ruby-throated hummingbirds are winging their way south to the tropics. A few late comers remain and will pass through in the next few weeks so consider leaving out a partially full clean feeder with fresh nectar for at least 2 weeks AFTER you've seen your last hummingbird.



OR is you're up for it you can leave a feeder out all winter and see if you get a rare winter hummingbird at your feeder like the 300+ people in TN have since 1990 when the first winter hummingbird was caught, banded and released near Chattanooga. For informaation the whys, hows and who to contact if you do get a hummingbird AFTER 15 November check out this video for information on

winter hummingbirds.







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Welcome The Newest Additions To The Eastern Golden Eagle Research Project

Two new Golden Eagles have been trapped in Tennessee. One on Bear Hollow WMA named Bear Hollow and another trapped on Prentice Cooper WMA.

Please visit the TN Golden Eagle Reasearch page for more information.
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We're back up and running! So send your resized photos according to directions on the Gallery page or clicking here submit yours. Thank you for your patience. We've missed your pictures.
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CRITTER OF THE MONTH

The Brown Thrasher is a bird in the family Mimidae. A fairly common bird found all over Tennessee. This large foxy-brown songbird spends most of it's time on the ground foraging.
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Fall is has arrived get out and enjoy it...

It was a good summer for breeding Wood Ducks in Tennessee. They are beginning to pair up and preparing for winter ahead on small ponds and lakes near woodlands.
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