Plants that Support Butterflies and Moths

Listings of Butterflies & Moths County by County

Anderson County

Bledsoe County

Cambell County

Claiborne County

Cumberland County

Hamilton County

Marion County

Morgan County

Rhea County

Scott County

Sequatchie County

Field Reports

Birds – December 23, 2010 – Head of Sequatchie

Birds – May 8, 2010 – Head of Sequatchie

Bats – December 4, 2009 – Cave Closures

Birds – July 16, 2009 – Cove Lake State Park Campground

Butterflies – June 28, 2009 – Head of Sequatchie Valley

Butterflies – June 25, 2005 – Soddy-Daisy


Blue Moon Nature Cruises on the Tennessee River

Tennessee State Wildlife Action Plan – state.tn

Tennessee State Wildlife Action Plan – wildlifeactionplans.org

Tennessee’s Watchable Wildlife


Age, Growth, and Summer Foods of Four Centrarchid Species in a Big South Fork Fish Community

Cavernicolous Millipeds from the Cumberland Plateau


Cerulean Warbler Surveys

Characteristics and Determinates of the Fisheries Resources of Three Cold Tailwaters in Tennessee

Distribution and Habitat Usage of the Pygmy Shrew in Tennessee

Distribution of Uncommon Fishes of the Big South Fork

Eastern Box Turtles Feeding on TV Tower-Killed Birds

An Ecological Survey of the West Fork of the Obed River with Emphasis on the Effects of Acid Mine Drainage

Effects of Acid Mine Drainage on the Stream Ecosystem on the East Fork of the Obed River

Effects of Stripmining on Fish and Diatoms in Streams of the New River Drainage Basin

Faunal Changes in a East Tennessee Resvoir Following Remedial Reclamation of Mine Drainage

Fishers: With Help From Man, These Predators Repatriate Tennessee [from Appalachian Voices, March 2002]

Food Habits of Bobcats in Eastern Tennessee

Food Habits of the Copperhead in Middle Tennessee

Frogs and Toads of Tennessee

Golden-Winged Warbler Conservation Initiative

Habitat Use and Species Composition of Breeding Avifauna in a Deciduous Forest Altered by Strip Mining

Laurel Dace (Phoxinus saylori) Candidate for Endangered Species

Notes on the Hairy-Tailed Mole of the Cumberland Mountains

Observations on the Presence of Furbearers in the Sequatchie River

Occurrence of the Hairy-Tailed Mole in Claiborne County

Predator Stoneflies: Role in Freshwater Stream Communities

Prey Consumed by Barn Owls, Tyto Alba, In Caliborne County

A Recent Record of Porcupine in Tennessee

Salamanders of Tennessee

Snakes of Tennessee

Tennessee’s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy

TWRA Elk Reintroduction Questions and Answers

TWRA State Wildlife Action Plan

White-Nose Syndrome (WNS) in bats


Blog Notes


Chattanooga Audubon Society

Tennessee Herpetological Society

Tennessee Ornithological Society

Program Calendar

Night Hike and Owl Prowl – March 19,2010

Wild Turkeys and Wildflowers – April 3, 2010

Big Day at Head of Sequatchie – May 8, 2010