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AUDUBON WATCHLIST

Two American Bald Eagles were spotted in the summer of 1996 along the Cumberland River. To see these eagles in flight and along the river's edge was one of the biggest highlights of the "Save The Cumberland Mile Marker Expedition."

SOUTHEST REGION USFWS

ENDANGERED SPECIES PRGRAM

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION TO AMPHIBIANS

Click here for the Great American Bird Count>>>

 

 

 

 

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REPORT WILDLIFE POACHING IN TENNESSEE

REGION 1- WEST TN 1-800-831-1173

REGION 2- MIDDLE TN 1-800-255-8972

REGION 3- PLATEAU 1-800-241-0767

REGION 4- EAST TN 1-800-831-1174

7AM-MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS A WEEK

http://www.state.tn.us/twra/

 

Invasive Animals

http://www.tnfish.org/InvasivesExoticSpeciesTennessee_TWRA/InvasiveExoticFishSpecies_TWRA.htm