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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency plans to capture and band 300 male turkeys a year for the next four years to study their survival rates and travel habits.

Fishermen are invited to offer comments and suggestions to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and the input will be considered when future regulations are enacted.

Fishermen are invited to offer comments and suggestions to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and the input will be considered when future regulations are enacted.

A coyote in California recently attacked four people, biting a three-year-old child and prompting wildlife officials to warn the public to be wary of the animals.

As part of its monitoring of the spread of invasive Asian carp, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency asks fishermen to notify the agency of any of the fish they catch, nine inches and under.

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More hunters will have access to public duck blinds if a proposal is passed by the Tennessee Fish & Wildlife Commission.

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Leaving some areas undisturbed by mowing when managing old fields provides habitat for ground-nesting birds. A turkey’s nest is tragically dis…