By joining the Federation’s Corporate Council, companies link arms with a recognized leader in conservation and the millions of hunters, birders, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts we represent.
Every year, Tennessee Wildlife Federation tracks the legislation at state and federal levels to advocate for bills that will advance conservation and against those that will negatively impact wildlife, lands, outdoor recreation, and more.
From songbirds in the trees to blooming native wildflowers to flowing rivers teeming with wildlife, Tennessee is incredibly diverse—but it wasn’t always that way.
Casting a fly is not difficult if you let the rod and line do the work. It’s an art that requires skills that can be learned by all.
This year, the Federation celebrated 17 individuals and companies from across the state who are conserving our wildlife and wild places.
The Volunteer State offers a wide variety of outdoor pursuits. From hunting to hiking, you’ll be sure to find an outdoor activity in this diverse state.
A simple question that all turkey hunters ask themselves. Depending on the outcome of the hunt, we hunters may mull over the “shoulda, coulda, woulda’s” with turkey decoys for days after the hunt.
Clearer, more consistent clean water protections for streams, fisheries, and wetlands that provide habitat and protect communities from storms are at stake.
Share your love for the outdoors with those you love.
There are numerous calls one can master such as the feed call and the lonesome hen. However, experienced hunters understand that less is more.
Help lead Tennessee's wildlife and habitat conservation movement by making your voice heard.