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TWRA requests public input on waterfowl hunting

STATE NEWS | Outdoors — From geese to ducks, waterfowl hunting is big business in Tennessee. According to the state, area hunters harvested over 199,600 ducks and 22,500 geese last year. The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency (TWRA) currently seeks public comment for its 2020-21 waterfowl and other migratory bird hunting regulations. The comment period opened on October 21 and will end on December 2. TWRA staff will compiled public comments and present them at the January meeting.

Public comments can be submitted several ways: via mail at 51007 Edmondson Pike, Nashville 37211 or email email at twra.huntingcomments@tn.gov. For more information, visit the TWRA website by clicking here.

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