Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

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In October, some people turn to movies for scary thrills. Many films portray bats as nefarious little creatures whose bite turns normal people into vampires and causes all other kinds of havoc. That’s in the movies. In real life, bats are more helpful than hurtful.
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Appalachian monkeyface (Theliderma sparsa) is a species of freshwater mussel whose only population remains in a 20-mile reach of the Powell River extending from northeast Tennessee into southwest Virginia. Historically, this rare mussel has encountered decline by damming, siltation and pollution....
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Friends of Dale Hollow National Fish Hatchery invited NOAA to give this year's presentation at the annual Wilderness Day Camp
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With Round Hickorynut spawning season dwindling, staff at Erwin NFH had to act fast to collect gravid females for conservation efforts!

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Our hands-on stewardship and public engagement is often done in conjunction with state and provincial agencies.

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Partnership Services

Through our partnerships we are able to expand our capabilities through the inclusion of services in areas such as:

  • Grant opportunities
  • Sponsorship of grants
  • Cooperative Agreements

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