TN2 – Waterfowl Biology & Wetland Ecology

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Learn about waterfowl biology, and wetland ecology in this exciting new TNP2 course! Students will have 2 hours of classroom time followed by a trip to the heart of the Duck River Bottoms wetland area for a look at wetland habitat, management for waterfowl, waterfowl identification and their conservation needs.

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  • TN2 Workshop: Waterfowl Biology & Wetland Ecology
    October 29, 2022
    9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge
550 Refuge Lane
New Johnsonville, TN 37134

2 hours in the classroom learning about wetland ecology and waterfowl biology will be followed by heading out to the heart of the Duck River Bottoms wetland area for a look at wetland habitat, management for waterfowl, waterfowl identification and their conservation needs.

Knee boots or muck boots are recommended.

Instructors:
Clayton Ferrell, Waterfowl Biologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Heath Hagy, Waterfowl Ecologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

For questions, contact Joan Howe at 731-642-2091  x 303

Venue:  

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Address:
550 Refuge Lane, New Johnsonville, Tennessee, 37134, United States

Description:

Located on and around Kentucky Lake in Northwest Tennessee, the refuge’s three units, Big Sandy, Duck River, and Busseltown, stretch for 65 miles along the Tennessee River. Established in 1945, the refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and was created as an area for migratory birds.

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