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WHAT'S NEW IN DECEMBER...


Have you ever considered leaving up or putting back out a hummingbird feeder this winter?? Why in the world would you do that when all our Ruby-throats have flown south? Well that's because in 'winter' in TN we get 'western winter hummers' and you'll never know if you have one of these RARE visitors if you don't have a feeder up. 320+ of your fellow Tennesseans had or are currently hosting a winter hummer since the study began in 1990 when the first winter hummingbird was caught, banded and released near Chattanooga. As of today, December 1st there are currently NINE winter hummers in TN that have been captured, banded, measured and leased. All becoming apart of this ongoing southeastern winter hummer research. 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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Thank you as always for sending your resized photos with identification each month. We enjoy seeing them and re-posting them for other to view and be inspiried. Please follow directions on the Gallery page or clicking here submit yours .
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CRITTER OF THE MONTH

The American Tree Sparrow is a irregular visitor to Tennessee in the winter. Their breeding range is across Canada and Alaska and when seed production is poor they travel to 'south' to find food in order to survive the winter months.
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Winter will arrive in a couple weeks....

And with it all the wildlife who spend the winter here in Tennessee. From western hummingbirds to geese and ducks. Get out and explore all that winter in TN has to offer!
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A wonderfully fun, informative and FREE educational booklet sponsored by the Tennessee Ornithological Society and TWRA. Get your hard copy or click here to download.

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