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  • Feature Stories

    Feb 27, 2019 | 3 minute read A boost in the Barrens Barrens topminnows are small, colorful fish about four inches long, and the males are particularly showy during spawning season. Barrens darters are even smaller, and they are believed to be one of the rarest fish in North America. Cumberland pigtoes are mussels with mahogany shells and peach interiors. The fish and mussels are struggling to survive in the only place they live: the creeks and watersheds in a little part of Tennessee called the Barrens, midway between Nashville and Chattanooga. Learn more...

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    Service biologist Sue Cameron searches for birds. Photo by Gary Peeples, USFWS.

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    March 12, 2019 | 3 minute readTogether, we will connect lands and waters to sustain fish, wildlife and plants by being visionary leaders, bold innovators and trusted partners, working with and for people. Learn more...

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