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WATERFOWL HUNTING GUIDE

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2017 - MARCH 31, 2018

» Sandhill Crane Hunting Season: see page 12 » Light Goose Conservation Permit (free): see page 9 » Waterfowl Seasons: see page 10

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WHAT’S NEW FOR 2017-2018 Several important changes were made to the waterfowl hunting regulations for the 2017-2018 seasons. Among the primary changes are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

New statewide sandhill crane hunting season (see page 12). Hunters must be thirteen (13) years old or older to apply for sandhill crane tags. Sandhill Crane Hunt Surveys must be postmarked by February 15. Failure to return this post-season survey may result in hunters not being eligible to apply for a crane tag in future draws. TWRA will accept public input on 2018-19 migratory bird hunting seasons from Oct. 15 - Nov. 15, 2017. Please provide your input to TWRA.HuntingComments@TN.gov. Waterfowl hunting at Maness Swamp Hunting Unit on the Obion River WMA will be allocated by hand held weekly draw. The toll-free phone number for reporting bands is no longer operational. Please use www.reportband.gov to report bands (see page 18 for additional details).

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T E N N E S S E E

WATERFOWL HUNTING GUIDE 2017-2018

T E N N E S S E E

WATERFOWL

CONTENTS

HUNTING GUIDE

2 | What’s New

4 | TWRA Regional Offices

11 | Canada Goose Seasons

6 | Don’t Shoot Unless You’re Sure

12 | Sandhill Crane Season

7 | “Why We Can’t Hunt Ducks in February”

13 | Waterfowl Hunting on WMAS 15 | Special WMA Regulations

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER

1, 2017 - MARCH 31,

» Sandhill Crane Hunting Season: see » Light Goose Conservation Permit page 12 (free): see page 9 » Waterfowl Seasons: see page 10

8 | License Fees

17 | Federal Regulations

10 | Waterfowl Seasons and Bag Limits

20 | Sunrise/Sunset Tablets

This Guide is designed and produced by The Bingham Group: 11921 Kingston Pike, Suite 201, Knoxville, TN 37934, www.binghamgroup.com For inquiries regarding advertisement in this publication, call (865) 523-5999. Cover image: Photography by Rick Small Hunting and fishing license sales and federal excise taxes comprise more than 90 percent of the TWRA’s hunting and fishing operating revenues. Thank you for buying a hunting and fishing license. Without your support, Tennessee would not have fish and wildlife management programs. This publication is not a legal document. It is a summary of Tennessee’s waterfowl hunting regulations. More detailed information on hunting and trapping is available from local wildlife officers and all TWRA offices. Equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from programs of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is available to all persons without regard to their race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or military service. TWRA is also an equal opportunity/equal access employer. Questions should be directed to TWRA, Human Resources Office, P.O. Box 40747, Nashville, TN 37204, (615) 781-6594 (TDD 781-6691), or to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office for Human Resources, 4401 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA 22203.

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Human Resources Division 615-781-6594 Quota Hunt Applications......615-781-6621 Quota Hunt General Info.....615-781-6610 Wildlife/Forestry Division ... 615-781-6610

3030 Wildlife Way Morristown, TN 37814 .......... 423-587-7037 Toll Free.................................1-800-332-0900 Fax................................................423-587-7057

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Fisheries Division ................... 615-781-6575 Hunter Education ................... 615-781-6538 Information & Education .... 615-781-6502 Law Enforcement/Boating ... 615-781-6580 License Sales ............................ 615-781-6585

464 Industrial Blvd. Crossville, TN 38555 ............. 931-484-9571 Toll Free................................. 1-800-262-6704 Fax................................................931-456-1025

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DON’T SHOOT UNLESS YOU’RE SURE

Many protected species of waterfowl, wading birds, and other waterbirds occur alongside the many species of waterfowl that can be legally hunted in Tennessee. These species are protected by both state and federal law, and cannot be legally hunted anywhere in the state. Some protected species utilize the same habitats, possess similar coloration, and share the habits of many legally hunted birds. Through careful study, accidental shootings of protected species can be prevented. Please help the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency prevent accidental shootings by familiarizing yourself with these protected species before heading into the field and remember, “Don’t Shoot Unless You’re Sure.” The Trumpeter and Tundra Swans are the largest and the only native, all-white waterfowl occurring in Tennessee. Both species are protected by both state and federal law in Tennessee and cannot be hunted. Until recently, John James Audubon had reported the last live Trumpeter Swans in Tennessee during his 1820 flatboat trip down the Mississippi River. As a result of intensive reintroduction efforts in the eastern United States, Trumpeter Swans returned to Tennessee in December of 2001 in Lauderdale County. Reintroduction of Trumpeter Swans is a cooperative effort between state, federal, and non-governmental organizations including sportsmen and nonconsumptive user groups. If you see a Trumpeter Swan in Tennessee, please report it to any TWRA Regional Office. Historically, populations of both the Sandhill and Whooping Cranes in the eastern United States experienced widespread population declines. These declines resulted from the loss of wetland habitat and unregulated market hunting. The Sandhill Crane has experienced a tremendous recovery in recent years and migratory populations crossing through Tennessee are steadily increasing. Today, the Sandhill Crane is common in portions of western and eastern Tennessee. In fact, a limited Sandhill Crane hunting season was introduced in Tennessee along with the 2013-2014 waterfowl season. A flock of Whooping Cranes migrating across Tennessee in October 2001 became the first migratory flock of that species in the state in over 100 years. An effort to reintroduce a migratory flock of Whooping Cranes to the eastern United States includes Tennessee as a vital part of the migratory journey. An ultralight aircraft serving as a surrogate parent to the Whooping Crane juveniles is teaching them the long forgotten migratory route through Tennessee to wintering grounds in Florida. Additional Whooping Cranes were led by aircraft in 2002 and several free-ranging Whooping Cranes can also be expected in the state from October–April. If you have information regarding any illegal activities concerning protected species, please call the TWRA Poacher Hotline: West TN (Region I)

1-800-831-1173

Middle TN (Region II)

1-800-255-8972

Cumberland Plateau (Region III) 1-800-241-0767 East TN (Region IV)

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CANADA GOOSE Gray and white body and wings Black head and neck with white chin strap Wingspan: 60" Length: 45"

SNOW GOOSE White, with black wing tips Short neck Wingspan: 53" Length: 28"

TUNDRA SWAN All-white plumage Long neck Wingspan: 66" Length: 52" Juveniles: gray-brown

TRUMPETER SWAN All-white plumage Long neck Wingspan: 80" Length: 60" Juveniles: gray-brown

WHOOPING CRANE White body with black wing tips Long neck Long legs trailing body Wingspan: 87" Length: 52" Juveniles: white mixed with brown

GREAT BLUE HERON Gray and white plumage “S” shaped neck Wingspan: 60" Flies with neck folded inward and legs extended

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Cecil Calloway

WHY WE CAN’T HUNT DUCKS IN FEBRUARY by Jamie Feddersen TWRA Migratory Gamebird Program Leader TWRA receives a lot of input from hunters during the year on various aspects of all our hunting programs and waterfowl hunters are no exception. The statement and question we receive most often about waterfowl seasons is that the season is set too early (because all the ducks don’t show up until it gets cold, like in February) so why can’t we set the season to start later in December and close some time in February? Duck hunting season dates in Tennessee are set to run in late November through the last Sunday in January (see page 10). This takes advantage of the latest dates available within the frameworks established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). Regulation of all migratory birds falls under the direction of the FWS. This is because a treaty exists between the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Russia which ensures the birds’ protection (Migratory Bird Treaty). However, agreements among these countries allow for the hunting of several different species, including doves, cranes, ducks, and geese. However, states work with the FWS to help manage and set regulations of these hunted birds through the Flyway system. State waterfowl biologists and wildlife administrators meet twice each year with representatives from the FWS and Canadian wildlife officials to discuss population surveys, harvest totals, and impacts of regulations. TWRA participates in this system and has represented Tennessee as a member of the Mississippi Flyway Council since 1952. There are four Flyway Councils: Atlantic, Mississippi, Central, and Pacific. Through this long-standing partnership, the states help develop a set of guidelines, based on limits set by the Migratory Bird Treaty, but also based on the biology of the birds, which are the basis for the states to set their hunting seasons. These guidelines, or frameworks, are set every year by FWS based on recommendations provided by each of the Flyway Coun-

cils. The frameworks are the “boundaries” the states must stay within when setting their hunting seasons and include things like season length, bag limits, and even the timing of seasons. Currently, the frameworks are set so duck hunting seasons can only be set between the Saturday nearest September 24 and the last Sunday in January. For this upcoming season those dates are September 23 – January 28. These dates were chosen to protect young birds in the late summer and pairs that have already formed in the winter. When a paired duck is harvested, the remaining bird needs to spend time and energy finding a new mate. While finding a new mate can happen relatively quickly, the later this happens in winter the greater the chance the pair will not be successful in producing a brood of young ducklings. In one research study, female mallards who lost a mate in late winter were 7% less successful in raising a brood than those females who did not lose a mate. This is an important consideration when setting hunting seasons and one which helps managers maintain healthy populations using decisions based on science and the biology of the birds. This means shifting the ending date of the framework to February could have a definite implication on reproduction and waterfowl populations. As mentioned earlier, TWRA biologists are continually working with FWS on regulation setting and discussions of shifting the ending date of the framework are about ready to happen. Further research and analysis on how shifting season dates will impact duck populations is crucial before season dates are changed. Protecting and maintaining healthy and abundant duck populations is first and foremost the goal of waterfowl managers across North America. It will take time to evaluate the potential impacts to courting ducks and pair bonding, if later hunting seasons are allowed, but later seasons could be a possibility in the future.

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LICENSE FEES All waterfowl hunters are required to have the following in order to hunt waterfowl in Tennessee: 1. Federal Duck Stamp (except as noted below) 2. Tennessee Migratory Bird Permit (HIP permit; except as noted below) 3. A state of Tennessee hunting license 4. Tennessee Waterfowl License (only required if purchasing Type 001 5. 6.

hunting license) Other permits may be required depending on where you hunt (such as WMA permit, Reelfoot Preservation permit, WMA quota hunt permit) Light Goose Conservation Season Permit (free), if you plan to hunt during Feb. 11 - March 9, 2018, see page 10.

Refer to the current Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide for additional regulations regarding waterfowl hunting on individual WMAs.

Federal Duck Stamp

$25

Federal law requires that each waterfowl hunter, age 16 and over, carry on his/ her person, in addition to a hunting license and state migratory bird permit, a valid Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Federal Duck Stamp) signed in ink across the face. These can be obtained through the Post Office, National Wildlife Refuge offices, and some discount and sporting goods stores. The stamps can also be purchased online at www.duckstamp.com

Tennessee Migratory Bird Permit Resident and nonresident hunters must possess a Tennessee Migratory Bird Permit to hunt waterfowl and other migratory birds in Tennessee, available anywhere that hunting and fishing licenses are sold. The following do not need this permit: • Landowners hunting on their own land • Permanent license holders • Tennessee residents 65 years or older • Tennessee residents under 13 years of age • Lifetime Sportsman License holders • Military personnel on leave or furlough (with leave papers) Migratory Bird Permit (Type 006)

Migratory Bird Permit (Type 007)

Only available to Annual Sportsman license holders.

$2 no fee

Resident Licenses Hunting and Fishing Combination (Type 001) Age 16–64

$34

Tennessee Waterfowl (Type 005) Age 16 and over Needed in addition to Type 001 if waterfowl hunting.

$38

Annual Sportsman (Type 004) Age 16–64

$166

An all-inclusive license valid for hunting, trapping, and sport fishing without any TWRA supplemental licenses or non-quota permits: allows holders to apply for quota permits at no additional fee. Annual Sportsman Licenses can be purchased from all license agents. Lifetime Sportsman

Age determines the cost

An all-inclusive license valid for hunting, trapping, and sport fishing without any TWRA supplemental licenses or permits (not including the Tennessee Guide license). It allows holders to apply for quota permits at no additional fee. This license is available vis application only, that must be sent in with the required supplemental information. Applications are available at your local TWRA office and the TWRA website. Junior Hunt/Trap/Fish (Type 002)

$10

Age 12 and under - no license required. WMA, special season permits, or quota hunt permits may be required. Ages 13-15. Good for hunting all game, fishing and trapping. Must be purchased prior to 16th birthday. No supplemental licenses are required, but special season and WMA big game permits will need to be purchased in addition to this license. Fees apply when applying for quota hunt permits as well as “left over” permits. Permanent Sr. Citizen Hunt/Fish/Trap (Type 166)

$50

Available at all license agents and can only be purchased when 65th birthday is reached. A valid Tennessee driver’s license or proof of age and residency is required. No supplemental licenses are required, but special season and WMA permits will need to be purchased in addition to this license. Fees apply when applying for quota hunt permits as well as “left over” permits. Annual Senior Citizen Sportsman (Type 167)

$50

An all-inclusive license valid for hunting, trapping, and sport fishing without any TWRA supplemental licenses or non-quota permits and allows holders to apply for quota permits at no additional fee. Available at all license agents and can only be purchased when 65th birthday is reached.

Nonresident Licenses - Adult (Age 16 and Over) 7-Day Hunt – Small Game/Waterfowl (Type 072)

$61.50

Annual Hunt – Small Game/Waterfowl (Type 071)

$111.00

7-Day Hunt - All Game (Type 074)

$214.50

Annual Hunt - All Game (Type 073)

$306.00

Nonresident Licenses - Junior Age 12 and under - no license required. WMA, special season permits, or quota hunt permits may be required.

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Annual Junior Hunt/Trap/Fish (Type 070) Required for nonresidents ages 13–15 to fish or hunt small game (including waterfowl). A Type 085 or 086 is required to hunt big game.

$11.00

7-Day Junior Hunt - All Game (Type 085)

$26.50

Annual Junior Hunt - All Game (Type 086)

$42.00

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Wildlife Management Area Permit

Guide License

Everyone who hunts on wildlife management areas that require permits must have a WMA permit except: Sportsman License holders, or juveniles under age 16 hunting small game or waterfowl. A complete list of WMAs, including those that require permits, can be found in the current Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide. Refer to this Waterfowl Hunting Guide for regulations regarding waterfowl hunting on specific WMAs. Permit cost is the same for residents and nonresidents.

This license is required for anyone who accepts compensation for providing assistance to another in any act of hunting, fishing, and/or trapping. Available by application only.

NOTE: Juvenile hunters must be accompanied by an adult with a valid WMA permit, if required by that WMA. 1-Day WMA Small Game and Waterfowl (Type 092)

$12.50

Annual WMA Small Game and Waterfowl (Type 091)

$62.00

Reelfoot Preservation Permit Required for all users of Reelfoot WMA except those under 16 years of age, residents 65 years or older and holders of an Annual or Lifetime Sportsman License. Permit cost is the same for residents and nonresidents. 1-Day Reelfoot Preservation Permit (Type 090)

$3.50

3-Day Reelfoot Preservation Permit (Type 088)

$10.50

Annual Reelfoot Preservation Permit (Type 089)

$17.00

Light Goose Conservation Season Permit Required for all persons hunting during the Light Goose Conservation Season except those under 16 years of age. There is no fee for this permit. These are self-issue permits and will be available beginning in late January on the TWRA website. Permit holders are required to report their activities and harvest after the season. This permit allows for additional methods of take, see Light Goose Conservation Season on page 10.

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Resident Guide License (Type 450) Nonresident Guide License (Type 455)

$151.00 $651.00

Native Tennessean Nonresidents who were born in Tennessee may apply for Native Tennessean annual licenses. These licenses provide nonresidents born in the state but no longer residing in the state, the opportunity to purchase annual Tennessee hunting/fishing/trapping licenses at the same cost as residents. Available by application only. Details and application available online at www.tnwildlife.org.

Mandatory Hunter Education All hunters, resident or nonresident, born on or after Jan. 1, 1969, must possess proof that they have successfully completed a hunter education course. Those under 10 years of age do not need a Hunter Education certificate, but must be accompanied by an adult at least 21 years of age who must remain in a position to take immediate control of the hunting device. Call your local TWRA office or visit the TWRA’s website at www.tnwildlife.org for a listing of scheduled Hunter Education classes. NOTE: To replace a Hunter Education Card at a TWRA license agent location, first contact your TWRA Regional Office during normal business hours. Verify that your Hunter Education number has been updated in the TWRA license system. Then you may go to a TWRA license agent and purchase a Type 500 (Hunter Education Card Replacement for $8.00).

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WATERFOWL SEASONS AND BAG LIMITS Statewide Duck Zone

Reelfoot Duck Zone

(the remainder of the state outside the Reelfoot Lake Duck Zone)

(the lands and waters within the boundaries of Reelfoot Lake WMA only)

Virginia & Sora Rails

Sep. 1 - Nov. 9, 2017

Sep. 1 - Nov. 9, 2017

Gallinules & Moorhens

Sep. 1 - Nov. 9, 2017

Sep. 1 - Nov. 9, 2017

Species

Ducks, Coots & Mergansers

Youth Waterfowl Hunting Season*

Nov. 25-26, 2017

Nov. 11-12, 2017

Dec. 2, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018

Dec. 2, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018

Feb. 3, 2018 and Feb. 10, 2018

Feb. 3, 2018 and Feb. 10, 2018

Daily Bag Limit

Possession Limit

Virginia Rails, Sora Rails & Coots: 15 Gallinules & Moorhens: 25 Ducks: The Daily bag limit of ducks is 6, and may include no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be female), 3 scaup, 3 wood ducks, 2 black ducks, 2 canvasbacks, 2 redheads, 1 pintail. Mergansers: 5 (only 2 of which may be hooded mergansers)

The maximum number of birds that could have legally been taken in 3 days, except on opening day and the second day of the season when the possession limit is the daily bag limit and two times the daily bag limit, respectively.

Same as regular season daily bag limits.

*State regulations allow only youth waterfowl hunters from 6 -15 years of age to participate on Wildlife Management Areas. An adult at least 21 years of age must accompany the youth hunter into the field and must remain in a position to take immediate control of the hunting device. Multiple youths may be accompanied by a single qualifying adult. The adult accompanying the youth hunter may not hunt ducks but may participate in other open seasons. Geese, coots, gallinules, moorhens, and ducks may be taken by youths during the Youth Waterfowl Season. WMAs with special closing times are open all day, each day of the Youth Waterfowl Season.

Species

Blue, Snow & Ross’ Geese (Light Geese)

Standard Season

Light Goose Conservation Season*

Standard federal regulations apply (unplugged shotguns and electronic calls NOT allowed) Nov. 25-26, 2017 Dec. 2, 2017 - Feb. 10, 2018

The following provisions apply during the Light Goose Conservation Season only: Unplugged shotguns, electronic calls, shooting from 30 minutes before official sunrise until 30 minutes after official sunset, no daily bag or possession limit. Feb. 11 - Mar. 9, 2018

White-Fronted Geese

Brant

Nov. 25-26, 2017 Dec. 2, 2017 - Feb. 10, 2018 Nov. 25-26, 2017 Dec. 2, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018

Daily Bag Limit Standard season: 20 Conservation season: no limit

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Possession Limit There is no possession limit for blue, snow and ross’ geese except on opening day and the second day of the season when the possession limit is the daily bag limit and two times the daily bag limit, respectively. The maximum number of birds that could have legally been taken in 3 days, except on opening day and the second day of the season when the possession limit is the daily bag limit and two times the daily bag limit, respectively.

* A free Light Goose Conservation Season Permit is required to hunt during the Conservation Season, available in late January on the TWRA website. Hunting is allowed from 30 minutes before official sunrise until 30 minutes after official sunset. There is no daily bag or possession limit. No Federal or state waterfowl stamps are required to hunt during the Conservation Season. Hunters must possess a TN Light Goose Conservation Season Permit and have a valid hunting license, but the license may be from any state.

Species

Season

Zone

Dec. 2, 2017 – Jan. 11, 2018

Southeast Crane Zone (South of Interstate 40 and east of highway 56)

Jan 15-28, 2018 Sandhill Crane

Dec. 2, 2017 – Jan. 28, 2018, except sandhill crane season is closed in the SE Crane Zone from Jan. 12-14.

Permits and Limits*

Daily bag, season bag, and possession limit is 3 cranes **

Statewide (includes Southeast Crane Zone).

* See page 12 for additional permit information. ** Harvested cranes must be accompanied by a completed kill tag and be checked in by the end of the calendar day of harvest by mailing a completed business reply card provided with each tag. Also, hunters must fill out and return a post-season survey. Failure to return the post-season survey may result in hunters not being eligible to apply for a crane tag in future draws.

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Northwest Canada Goose Zone

All counties and portions of counties not included in the Northwest Zone.

Lake, Obion, and Weakley counties; that portion of Dyer County, excluding that portion south of Hwy 104; and Gibson County excluding that portion bounded on the south by Hwy 104 and on the west by Hwy 45W.

Oct. 14-31, 2017

Oct. 14-18, 2017

Nov. 25-26, 2017

Nov. 11-12, 2017

Dec. 2, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018

Dec. 2, 2017 - Feb. 10, 2018

Daily Bag Limit

Possession Limit

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The maximum number of birds that could have legally been taken in 3 days, except on opening day and the second day of the season when the possession limit is the daily bag limit and two times the daily bag limit, respectively.

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SANDHILL CRANE SEASON Shooting Hours: Sunrise to 3 p.m. EST. Check-in: Harvested cranes must be accompanied by a completed kill tag and checked in by the end of the calendar day by mailing completed business reply card provided with each tag. Hunters must also complete and return a post-season survey (postmarked by Feb. 15) provided with tag(s). Failure to return the post-season survey may result in hunters not being eligible to apply for a crane tag in future draws. Federal Regulations: No shotguns larger than 10-gauge or capable of holding over 3 shot shells. Federally approved non-toxic shot is required. Notes: All wildlife refuges are closed to sandhill crane hunting.

Permit Drawing Sandhill Crane Hunting Season in Tennessee Sandhill crane hunting opens statewide with the late waterfowl season on Dec. 2, 2017 through Jan. 28, 2018. Hunting in the Southeast Crane Zone runs from Dec. 2, 2017 through Jan. 11, 2018 and continues from Jan. 15 through Jan. 28, 2018. Only individuals with a Tennessee Sandhill Crane Tag may hunt.

Tennessee Sandhill Cranes Sandhill cranes migrating through or wintering in Tennessee make up a large portion of the Eastern Population. These cranes are considered the world’s second largest sandhill crane population. Two areas, which attract several thousands birds, serve as primary migration stops and wintering areas: Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge in southeast Tennessee, and Hop-In Refuge and surrounding lands near Reelfoot Lake in west Tennessee. Smaller groups of cranes can be seen scattered across the Tennessee landscape, too.

2017–18 Sandhill Crane Quota Hunts Quota Hunt Hand-Held Draw: Aug. 12, 2017 at the Birchwood Community Center in north Hamilton county. Check www.tnwildlife.org for updates and details. Quota Hunt Computer Draw: Hunters can apply through any TWRA license agent or on the internet at www.tnwildlife.org from Sept. 6-27, 2017. There is a $12 application fee plus a $1 license agent fee for applying through a TWRA license agent. For applying on the internet the application fee is $12 plus a $2.50 fee charged by the company handling internet sales. Sportsman license holders are exempt from the application fee. Check out www.tnwildlife.org for updates and details. Hunt Dates: Dec. 2, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018, except sandhill crane hunting season is closed in the SE Crane Zone from Jan 12-14. Southeast Crane Hunt Zone: South of Interstate 40 and east of State Highway 56. Limits: Statewide - Daily bag, season bag, and possession limit is 3 cranes per hunter.

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SE Crane Zone - A total of 1,200 tags will be issued to 400 hunters (3 tags/ hunter) by hand-held draw on August 12, 2017. Applicants must be at least thirteen (13) years of age to compete in the drawing. Individuals must be present at the draw to obtain the tags. These tags will be valid ONLY in the SE Crane Zone. Please check the TWRA website for further details and updates. All leftover tags will be included in the statewide tag drawing (1 tag/hunter). Statewide - More than 1,100 tags (1 tag/hunter) will be issued for statewide use through a computerized draw. The application period for the statewide draw is Sep. 6-27. These tags will be valid statewide, including the SE Crane Zone. Applicants must be at least thirteen (13) years of age to compete in the drawing. An Annual Hunting and Fishing License (Type 001), plus a Tennessee Waterfowl License (Type 005) or equivalent licenses (such as Lifetime or Annual Sportsman), are required in order to enter either drawing. Hunters receiving SE Crane Zone tags will not be eligible to apply for crane tags in the statewide draw. Tags are non-transferable.

Sandhill Crane Identification Test All sandhill crane hunters must pass an internet-based crane identification test each year before hunting. All tags issued are invalid until the permitee’s “Sandhill Crane Test” validation code is written on the permit. The purpose of this test is to improve hunter’s awareness and ability to distinguish between sandhill cranes and other protected species which may be encountered while hunting. The test is available at www. tnwildlife.org.

Whooping Crane There are approximately 100 whooping cranes in an experimental eastern migratory population and they share similar physical characteristics as well as habitats with the sandhill crane. An intensive reintroduction effort started in 1999 in which whooping cranes were taught their migratory path from Wisconsin to Florida by an ultra-light aircraft. Take the protection of this rare species seriously. Be sure the bird you intend to shoot is a sandhill crane. Accidental or intentional shooting of a whooping crane is considered a dual violation and subject to state and federal laws. Don’t shoot unless you’re sure.

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WATERFOWL HUNTING ON WMAs Blind Site Drawings A valid Lifetime, Annual or Senior Citizen Sportsman License, or an Annual WMA Small Game and Waterfowl Permit (along with a Type 001 or 071 as appropriate) are the minimum needed to enter the blind site drawings in August. For full list of license requirements to waterfowl hunt, see page 8 of this guide.

Hand-Held Drawings

The permittee, who is the person to whom the TWRA issued a permit, or any of their sign-ons, must occupy the blind by the legal shooting time on

If the blind is not occupied by the permittee or a sign-on by legal shooting time, the first person or party occupying the blind shall be entitled to the privilege of its exclusive and uninterrupted use until the end of shooting hours that day. Exclusive and uninterrupted use entitles the person or party the right to exclude all others from the blind, at the person’s or party’s option, except for law enforcement personnel engaged in the performance of their duties; no more than 8 individuals, age 16 or older, may occupy a permanent (annual) draw blind at any time; no restrictions on the number of youths under age 16.

Permanent Draw Blind Sites Waterfowl hunting on all the above WMAs (except Big Sandy, Camden (Unit II), Harmon Creek, Reelfoot, Tigrett and West Sandy) permitted only from permanent blind sites allocated by the annual hand-held drawing, unless otherwise specified. On Big Sandy, Camden (Unit II), Harmon Creek, Reelfoot, Tigrett, and West Sandy, hunting is

permitted from registered blind sites and from temporary blinds or hides. Temporary blinds and decoys must be at least 200 yards from any permanent blind. Blinds, blind materials, boats, hides and decoys must be removed at the end of shooting hours each day.

Permanent Registered Blinds

West Sandy (Springville Bottoms) and Reelfoot Lake A valid Lifetime, Annual or Senior Citizen Sportsman License, or an Annual WMA Small Game and Waterfowl Permit (along with a Type 001 or 071 as appropriate) are the minimum required to register blinds on West Sandy. West Sandy blind sites must be registered at the designated location on the first Saturday in August by 10 a.m. (CST).

A Reelfoot Waterfowl Blind Permit (Type 025) is required to register blinds on Reelfoot Lake. Reelfoot blinds must be registered with the TWRA Sales Office prior to August 1. All blind sites will be given a registration number, which must be displayed, using lettering 2 inches or larger inside the blind, or on a stake at floating blind sites. When floating blinds are moved to designated blind stakes, the number must be immediately transferred from the stake to the blind. No blind may be constructed or repaired or any floating blinds

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GENERAL REGULATIONS

Hand-held drawings will be held on the first Saturday in August for the permanent (annual) waterfowl blind sites on AEDC (Woods Reservoir), Barkley (Unit I), Big Sandy (including Gin Creek Unit), Camden (Units I and II), Cheatham Lake, Gooch (Unit A), Harmon Creek, Haynes Bottom, Old Hickory (Units I and II), Reelfoot, Tigrett and West Sandy WMAs. Individuals wishing to compete in the drawing must appear in person at the designated location and submit an application between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. The drawings will be held immediately after the last person signs up. One application is permitted per person and no one may apply for more than one area. Each applicant must be at least sixteen (16) years of age to compete in the drawing or sign-on.

days they wish to hunt. The permittee or sign-ons have priority use (exclusive and uninterrupted) only if they are in the blind on or before the legal shooting time, regardless of whether or not the blind is occupied by another person or party, provided the permittee produces identification and his/her blind permit.


moved onto the area that have not met the deadline for registering that blind. Unregistered and/or unnumbered blinds are subject to removal. Individuals claiming permanent blind sites on these two areas may not compete in annual blind site drawings on any other areas.

Computerized Drawings

GENERAL REGULATIONS

Blind/pool sites at Bogota, Chickamauga (Candies Creek, Johnson Bottoms, Rogers Creek, and Yellow Creek Units), Gooch (Unit E), Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park and Natural Area, Thorny Cypress, White Oak (Lebanon Pond area) will be allocated by a computerized drawing. Hunters can apply through any TWRA license agent or on the internet at www.tnwildlife.org from Sept. 6-27, 2017. There is a $12 application fee plus a $1 license agent fee for applying through a TWRA license agent. For applying on the internet the application fee is $12 plus a $2.50 fee charged by the company handling internet sales. Lifetime, Annual, and Senior Citizen Sportsman license holders are exempt from the application fee. Hunters that are successful in drawing a blind/ pool site on Gooch (Unit E), Bogota and Thorny Cypress, White Oak (Lebanon Pond Area) must, two weeks or more prior to their hunt date, return to TWRA a “Notice of Intent” which states they do intend to hunt their assigned blind/pool. Hunters that are successful in drawing a blind site on

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Chickamauga (Candies Creek, Johnson Bottoms, Rogers Creek and Yellow Creek), Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park and Natural Area must by Nov. 3, 2017 return to TWRA a “Notice of Intent” which states they do intend to hunt their assigned blind pool. If the “Notice of Intent” is not received by TWRA by the specified deadline, the blind/pool will become vacant. Any vacant blinds/pools, will be reallocated by a hand-held drawing. For the Candies Creek, Johnson Bottoms, Rogers Creek and Yellow Creek Units of Chickamauga, a hand-held drawing for vacant blinds will be held Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 at 6 p.m. (EST) at the Hiwassee Refuge, 525 Priddy Lane, Birchwood, TN 37308. Information concerning availability of vacant blinds/pools can be obtained at www.tnwildlife.org, or by contacting the Region III Office at 1-800-262-6704. For Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park, hand-held drawings for vacant blind sites will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2017. Registration for the drawings will begin at 8 a.m. and take place at 10 a.m. at the Park Recreation Lodge (for information contact Chris Park at (901) 876-5169). Gooch (Unit E) hand-held drawings for vacancies will occur each Monday from Nov. 20 - Jan. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Kenton Gym, 206 West College St., Kenton, TN 38233. For more information contact

Larry Armstrong at (731) 749-5587. White Oak (Lebanon Pond area) will conduct hand-held drawings for vacant blind sites on Wednesdays at 3 p.m. at the Milledgeville City Park, behind the Milledgeville Fire Station off of Highway 22A (for information contact Chad Harden at (731) 687-3444). For Bogota and Thorny Cypress, hand-held drawings for vacancies will occur each Monday from Nov. 20 - Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at the Dyersburg TWRA Workbase. Information concerning availability of vacant blinds/pools can be obtained at www.tnwildlife.org, or by contacting Jason Maxedon at (731) 285-6124. All hunting on computer drawn areas is permitted only from designated temporary blind sites. A blind may not be hunted unless a hunter who was drawn for that blind site and hunt date is present and possesses a valid TWRA blind site confirmation number. If a drawn hunter is not present the blind site will not be hunted. A hunter drawn for a blind may bring up to four additional hunters. Decoys and temporary blinds may be left out during the specified hunt period.

No portion of a blind used for discharging firearms at game may be locked or barricaded when the blind is not in use.

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WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREAS CAMDEN UNIT I: All activities are prohibited in the sub-impoundments for the five days before each opening day of the statewide duck season. No fishing, trapping or hunting of any species, except waterfowl, during the late duck season.

GOOCH UNIT A AND UNIT E: All activities are prohibited in the sub-impoundments for the five days before the opening day of the statewide duck season. No fishing, trapping or hunting of any species, except waterfowl, during the late duck season.

Miscellaneous WMA Regulations Temporary blinds and decoys must be removed at the end of shooting hours each day. All decoys from permanent registered and annual draw blinds must be removed by the owner of the blind within 10 days after the close of waterfowl season.

Wheelchair-bound hunts, zones, or blinds are open to hunters who are totally and permanently confined to a wheelchair as certified by a physician. Certain WMAs have special blind sites established for wheelchair-bound hunters which include: Camden, Cheatham Lake, North Chickamauga Creek, Old Hickory, Reelfoot, and West Sandy. See specific WMAs for regulations. On wheelchair-bound waterfowl hunts, each wheelchair-bound hunter must be accompanied by at least one, but not more than three assistants (at least one of whom must be age 16 years or older), who may also participate in the hunt. Applications for Cheatham and Old Hickory are available from the Region II office, (615) 781-6622. Applications for Camden, West Sandy, and Reelfoot are available at www.tnwildlife.org and at the Region I office (731-423-5725) or Reelfoot office (731-2537343). Information for North Chickamauga Creek (Varner Unit) is available from the Region III Office, (931-484-9571). Applications for wheelchair-bound hunts must be received by noon on the fourth Friday of October at the Region I Office (Camden, West Sandy), Reelfoot Office (Reelfoot), or Region II Office (Cheatham and Old Hickory).

Special Closing Times on WMAs • Waterfowl hunting on all WMAs is open until sunset on the last day of each segment of the duck season (except for North Chickamauga Creek and Fort Loudoun WMAs). • WMAs with special closing times are open all day, each day of the Youth Waterfowl Season. • During the waterfowl season, hunting on Bogota (all pools) Camden (Unit I), Gooch (Units A and E), John Tully, Obion River (Maness Swamp Hunt Unit), Old Hickory (Unit 1), Reelfoot, South Fork Refuge, Thorny Cypress (all pools), Tigrett, West Sandy, White Oak and Wolf River closes at 3 p.m. (CST) except on the last day of each segment of

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HORNS BLUFF REFUGE: The portion of Horns Bluff Refuge, that is north of the main river channel, is open for waterfowl hunting on Saturdays and Sundays during the late duck season(s). Hunting closes at 3 p.m. and no one is allowed on the area after 5 p.m. or before 4 a.m.

Special Regulations on WMAs

JOHN TULLY: (Fig Field Unit/Fullen North and South Tract)

REGION 1

Waterfowl hunts (opening weekend and Fri-Sun hunts) will be allocated by weekly hand-held drawings on the Monday prior to the hunt at 6:00 p.m. at the John Tully Field Office. Waterfowl hunting closes at 3 p.m. and is allowed only from designated locations.

BARKLEY WMA UNIT I: Closed on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday except the first and last day of each segment of the late duck and goose seasons. All activities are prohibited in the sub-impoundments for the five days before each opening day of the statewide duck season and on days when waterfowl hunting is closed. No fishing, trapping or hunting of any species, except waterfowl, during days open to duck hunting. BIG SANDY WMA (including Gin Creek): Closed on Tuesdays and Fridays except the first and last day of each segment of the late duck and goose seasons. All activities are prohibited in the sub-impoundments for the five days before each opening day of the statewide duck season and on days when waterfowl hunting is closed. No fishing, trapping or hunting of any species, except waterfowl, in the sub-impoundments during the late duck season.

BOGOTA WMA: All hunt units except Pool 1 will be allocated by a special computerized draw (see page 14). Youth waterfowl hunts (Feb. 3 and Feb. 10, 2018; ages 6 -15) will be allocated by a hand-held drawing at the Dyersburg work base on January 22, 2018 at 6 p.m (CST). BOGOTA WMA (Pool 1): Waterfowl hunting during the late duck season permitted only on Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and the first and last day of each segment of the duck season. All hunting closes at 3 p.m. (CST) each day, except the last day of each segment of the season when hunting closes at sunset. No waterfowl hunters are allowed on the unit or access area from two hours after legal shooting hours have ended until 4 a.m. the following day. Temporary blinds only. All decoys, temporary blinds, blind materials and boats must be removed daily.

MEEMAN-SHELBY FOREST STATE PARK AND NATURAL AREA: Waterfowl hunting allowed on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during the late waterfowl season. The area north of Pleasant View Road is open first-come, first-served. The area south of Pleasant View Road is restricted to designated blind sites allocated by a special computerized drawing (see page 14). OBION RIVER WMA MANESS SWAMP HUNTING UNIT Waterfowl hunting will be allocated by a hand held weekly draw. Drawings will be for 3 day hunts, Friday-Sunday and opening weekend(s). The hand held drawing will be held on the Monday prior to the hunt at 6 p.m. at the Kenton Gym, 206 West College St., Kenton, TN 38233. Hunting will only be allowed from designated locations. SOUTH FORK REFUGE: Waterfowl hunting during the late duck season is permitted on Saturdays and Sundays and the first and last day of each segment. WEST SANDY: All activities are prohibited in the sub-impoundments for the five days before each opening day of the statewide duck season. No fishing, trapping or hunting or any species, other than waterfowl, in the sub-impoundments during the late duck season. WHITE OAK: Same as statewide season, except during the late waterfowl season hunting closes at 3 p.m. (CST) and all types of watercraft and waterfowl hunters are prohibited on the area from 5 p.m. to 4 a.m.

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Youths hunting waterfowl on a WMA: Youths, ages 6–15, must be accompanied by an adult, 21 years of age or older, who must remain in position to take immediate control of the hunting device except as otherwise noted.

the season, when hunting closes at sunset. • No waterfowl hunters are allowed on the unit or access area of Barkley (Unit I), Big Sandy, Camden (Unit I and II), Cheatham Lake, Chickamauga, Gooch (Unit A and E), Haynes Bottom, Obion River (Maness Swamp Hunt Unit), Old Hickory (Units I and II), South Fork Refuge, Three Rivers, Tigrett, West Sandy and White Oak from 2 hours after legal shooting hours have ended until 4 a.m. the following day.

Gooch Unit E - waterfowl hunting will be restricted to designated blind sites allocated by a special computerized drawing (see page 14). No fishing, trapping or hunting of any species, except waterfowl, during the late duck season. No permanent blinds. All temporary blinds, blind materials, and boats must be removed from the unit daily.


(CST). Also, all water traffic is prohibited five days before each opening day of the statewide duck season. All decoys, temporary blinds, blind materials and boats must be removed daily. Temporary blinds only. No waterfowl hunters permitted on the area or access areas before 4 a.m. opening day. WHITE OAK (Lebanon Pond Area): Waterfowl hunting is restricted to designated blind sites allocated by a special computerized draw (see page 14).

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THORNY CYPRESS WMA: All hunt units, except pools 10, 11 and 12, will be allocated by a special computerized draw (see page 14). Youth waterfowl hunts (Feb. 3 and Feb. 10, 2018; ages 6 -15) will be allocated by a hand-held drawing at the Dyersburg work base on Jan. 22, 2018 at 6 p.m. (CST). THORNY CYPRESS WMA (Pools 10, 11, and 12): Waterfowl hunting during the late duck season permitted only on Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and the first and last day of each segment. All hunting closes at 3 p.m. (CST) each day, except the last day of each segment of the season when hunting closes at sunset. No waterfowl hunters are permitted on the unit or access area from two hours after legal shooting hours have ended until 4 a.m. the following day. No permanent blinds. All decoys, temporary blinds, blind materials and boats must be removed daily.

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REGION II AEDC & WOODS RESERVOIR REFUGE, CHEATHAM LAKE WMA and HAYNES BOTTOM WMA: All areas closed on Monday, Tuesday and Friday except the first and last day of each segment of the late duck season. OLD HICKORY: Hunting is permitted only from registered blind sites and staked temporary blind sites during the late duck season. Same as statewide season, except on Unit I - waterfowl hunting shall cease at 3p.m. (CST) during the late duck season and at sunset on the last day of each segment of the late duck season

REGION III CHICKAMAUGA (Candies Creek, Johnson Bottoms, Rogers Creek and Yellow Creek Units): All hunts (except the Youth Waterfowl Hunts) will be allocated by a special computerized draw (see page 14). Open each Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and the first and last day of the statewide waterfowl season. Hunting ends at 3 p.m. (EST) on Thursday and Friday and sunset on Saturday and Sunday. All hunting during the regular duck season is from registered blinds only. During Youth Waterfowl hunts, youths may hunt from registered

blind sites on a first-come, first-served basis, and must enter the hunting area only from established TWRA parking areas. NORTH CHICKAMAUGA CREEK: Open each Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and the first and last day of the statewide season. Hunting ends at noon each day. Shot size No. 2 or smaller is required.

REGION IV FORT LOUDOUN: Same as statewide waterfowl seasons, except only open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hunting ends at noon each day. Shot size BBB or smaller is required. LICK CREEK BOTTOMS: South Mohawk, Skinner and Foxgate Units: The Units are allocated by hand held drawing every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Joachim Bible Refuge Maintenance Facility to determine the following Tuesday and Saturday hunters. Hunters must be present and have all applicable license/permits to enter the drawing. Waterfowl hunting is restricted to designated staked positions and/or pools. Hunters drawn may bring up to 3 guests. Remainder of the WMA is same as statewide seasons. ATTENTION: According to Tennessee law (TCA Section 70-4-108) when hunting on public land or waters, you can not hunt within 100 yards of a visible dwelling without the owner’s permission.

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FEDERAL REGULATIONS SUMMARY Tagging No person shall give, put or leave any migratory game birds at any place or in the custody of another person unless the birds are tagged by the hunter with the following information: The hunter’s signature, address, the total number of birds involved by species and the dates such birds were killed. No person or business shall receive or have in custody any migratory game birds belonging to another person unless such birds are properly tagged.

Possession of Live Birds

In addition to state regulations, the following federal rules apply to taking, possession, shipping, transporting, and storing of migratory game birds. This is only a summary. Each hunter should also consult actual regulations, which may be found in Title 50, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 20.

Restrictions No person shall take migratory game birds: • With a trap, snare, net, rifle, pistol, swivel gun, shotgun larger than 10-gauge, punt gun, battery gun, machine gun, fishhook, poison, drug, explosive or stupefying substance. • With a shotgun capable of holding more than three shells, unless it is plugged with a onepiece filler which cannot be removed without disassembling the gun. • From a sink box (a low floating device, having a depression affording the hunter a means of concealment beneath the surface of the water). • From or with the aid or use of a car or other motor-driven vehicle, or any aircraft, except that paraplegic and single or double amputees of the legs may take from any stationary motor vehicle. “Paraplegic” means an individual afflicted with paralysis of the lower half of the body with involvement of both legs, usually due to disease or injury to the spinal cord. • From or by means of any motor boat or sail boat unless the motor has been completely shut off and/or the sail furled and its progress therefrom has ceased. • By the use or aid of live decoys. All live, tame or captive ducks and geese shall be removed for a period of 10 consecutive days prior to hunting and confined within an enclosure which substantially reduces the audibility of their calls and totally conceals such tame birds from the sight of migratory waterfowl. • Using records or tapes of migratory bird sounds, or electronically amplified imitations of bird calls. • By driving, rallying or chasing birds with any motorized conveyance or any sail boat to put them in range of hunters. • By the aid of baiting (placing feed such as corn, wheat, salt or other feed to constitute a lure or enticement), or on or over any baited areas. 2017-2018 Waterfowl Hunting Guide

Hunters should be aware that a baited area is considered to be baited for 10 days after the removal of the bait, and it is not necessary for the hunter to know an area is baited to be in violation.

Closed Season No person shall take migratory game birds during the closed season.

Shooting or Falconry Hours No person shall take migratory game birds except during the hours open to shooting and falconry as prescribed.

Wounded birds reduced to possession shall be immediately killed and included in the daily bag limit.

Dressing No person shall completely field dress any migratory game bird (except doves and band-tailed pigeons) and then transport the birds from the field. The head or one fully feathered wing must remain attached to all such birds while being transported from the field to one’s home or to a migratory bird preservation facility.

Shipment

No person shall take more than one daily bag limit per day.

No person shall ship migratory game birds unless the package is marked on the outside with: (a) the name and address of the person sending the birds, (b) the name and address of the person to whom the birds are being sent, and (c) the number of birds, by species, contained in the package.

Field Possession Limit

Importation

Daily Bag Limit

No person shall possess more than one daily bag limit while in the field or while returning from the field to one’s car, hunting camp, home, etc.

Wanton Waste All migratory game birds killed or crippled shall be retrieved, if possible, and retained in the custody of the hunter in the field.

For information regarding the importation of migratory birds killed in another country, hunters should consult 50 CFR 20.61 through 20.66. One fully feathered wing must remain attached to all migratory game birds being transported between a port of entry and one’s home or to a migratory bird preservation facility. No person shall import migratory game birds

Special Regulations Hunting Hours Ducks, Geese, Gallinules, Rails, Coots: One-half hour before sunrise to sunset (except where otherwise noted). Sandhill cranes: sunrise to 3 p.m. EST.

Plugged Shotguns No person shall hunt migratory game birds, except crows, with a shotgun of any description capable of holding more than three (3) shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun, so its total capacity does not exceed three (3) shells.

Legal Shot All federally approved non-toxic shot (bismuth-tin, steel, tungsten-bronze, tungsten-iron, tungsten-matrix, tungsten-nickel-iron, tungsten-polymer, tungsten-tin-bismuth or tungstentin-iron-nickel) are legal for waterfowl hunting. A complete list is available at www.FWS.gov/ birds/bird-enthusiasts/hunting/nontoxic.php

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killed in any foreign country, except Canada, unless such birds are dressed (except as required above), drawn and the head and feet are removed. No person shall import migratory game birds belonging to another person.

Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp The law requires that each waterfowl hunter, 16 years of age and over, must carry on his or her person a valid Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Federal Duck Stamp) signed in ink across the face.

Dual Violation Violation of state migratory bird regulations is also a violation of federal regulations.

Caution More restrictive regulations may apply to National Wildlife Refuges open to public hunting. For additional information on federal regulations, contact: Special Agent-in-Charge, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, RM 132-C, U.S. Courthouse, 801 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203. Telephone: 615-736-5532.

NEWS ABOUT REPORTING BANDED BIRDS (https://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/BBL/homepage/newinfo.cfm)

As of July 2, 2017 the USGS Patuxent Bird Banding Laboratory (BBL) will no longer support a call center to receive Federal bird band reports over its toll free line. After July 2, 2017 band reports must be submitted through the mobile-friendly website, www.reportband. gov, by persons in the US and other countries, aside from Canada. Those who call the toll free line will hear a message announcing the change and directing them to the website. Those who call from Canada will be routed to the Canadian Wildlife Service Bird Banding Office (BBO) where they will either report to BBO staff or asked to leave a voice message. The BBL encourages everyone reporting a band to use www.reportband.gov. A report requires only around 5 minutes to complete online. After a report is submitted, the date and location where the bird was originally banded is provided and a Certificate of Appreciation along with additional banding details (date, location of banding) will be sent via email. Capturing and banding birds requires considerable effort, and documenting recovery or re-sighting of banded birds is essential to profit from that effort. Band recovery data are the basis for improving the conservation and knowledge of bird populations in North America. Please help the BBL, its many partners, and the birds of North America by continuing to report your band recoveries.

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SUNRISE/SUNSET TABLES Bristol, Tennessee (EST) 2017 Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

All sunrise/sunset tables are shown in military time. October 1, 2017 – November 5, 2017: Add one (1) hour to the times in the chart for Daylight Savings Time (DST). November 6, 2017 - Feb.28, 2018: the times in the chart are correct.

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

624 625 626 627 628 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 648 649 650 651 652

653 654 655 656 657 658 659 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722

723 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 729 730 731 732 732 733 734 734 735 736 736 737 737 738 738 739 739 739 740 740 740 741 741

741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 740 740 740 739 739 739 738 738 737 737 736 735 735 734 733 733 732 731

730 730 729 728 727 726 725 724 723 722 721 720 719 718 717 716 714 713 712 711 710 708 707 706 705 703 702 701

Chattanooga, Tennessee (EST) 2017 Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

636 637 638 638 639 640 641 642 642 643 644 645 646 647 647 648 649 650 651 652 652 653 654 655 656 657 658 659 700 701 702

702 703 704 706 707 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 727 728 729 730

731 732 733 735 735 736 736 737 738 738 739 740 741 741 742 743 743 744 744 745 745 746 746 747 747 748 748 748 749 749 749

749 749 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 749 749 749 749 748 748 748 747 747 747 746 746 745 745 744 743 743 742 741 741

740 739 738 738 737 736 735 734 733 732 731 730 729 728 727 726 725 724 723 721 720 719 718 717 716 714 713 712

1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1800 1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809

1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1714 1714 1714 1714 1715 1715 1715 1716 1716 1717 1717 1718 1719 1719 1720 1720 1721 1722 1723 1723

2017

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1729 1729 1729 1729 1729 1729 1729 1729 1729 1730 1730 1730 1730 1731 1731 1731 1732 1732 1733 1733 1734 1734 1734 1735 1736 1736 1737 1738 1738 1739 1740

1732 1731 1730 1729 1728 1727 1726 1725 1724 1723 1723 1722 1721 1720 1720 1719 1719 1718 1717 1717 1716 1716 1715 1715 1715 1714 1714 1714 1714 1713

1724 1725 1726 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1752 1753 1754

1755 1756 1757 1758 1759 1800 1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822

Knoxville, Tennessee (EST)

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1747 1746 1745 1743 1742 1742 1741 1740 1740 1739 1738 1737 1737 1736 1735 1735 1734 1734 1733 1733 1732 1732 1731 1731 1731 1730 1730 1730 1730 1729

1812 1810 1809 1807 1806 1805 1803 1802 1800 1759 1758 1756 1755 1753 1752 1751 1749 1748 1747 1746 1744 1743 1742 1741 1739 1738 1737 1736 1735 1734 1733

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1824 1823 1822 1820 1819 1818 1816 1815 1814 1812 1811 1810 1808 1807 1806 1805 1803 1802 1801 1800 1758 1757 1756 1755 1754 1753 1752 1751 1750 1749 1748

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829 1830 1830 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835 1836

Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

631 632 633 633 634 635 636 637 638 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 645 646 647 648 649 650 651 652 653 654 655 656 657 658

659 700 701 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727

728 729 730 731 732 733 733 734 735 736 736 737 738 738 739 740 740 741 742 742 743 743 744 744 744 745 745 745 746 746 746

746 747 747 747 747 747 747 747 747 747 746 746 746 746 746 745 745 745 744 744 743 743 742 742 741 741 740 739 739 738 737

736 735 735 734 733 732 731 730 729 728 727 726 725 724 723 722 721 720 718 717 716 715 714 712 711 710 708 707

1819 1818 1816 1815 1813 1812 1810 1809 1808 1806 1805 1804 1802 1801 1800 1758 1757 1756 1754 1753 1752 1751 1750 1748 1747 1746 1745 1744 1743 1742 1741

1740 1739 1738 1737 1736 1735 1734 1733 1732 1732 1731 1730 1729 1729 1728 1727 1727 1726 1726 1725 1725 1724 1724 1723 1723 1723 1722 1722 1722 1722

1722 1722 1721 1721 1721 1721 1721 1722 1722 1722 1722 1722 1722 1723 1723 1723 1724 1724 1725 1725 1726 1726 1727 1727 1728 1728 1729 1730 1730 1731 1732

1733 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1739 1740 1741 1742 1744 1745 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755 1757 1758 1759 1800 1801 1802

1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829 1830

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SUNRISE/SUNSET TABLES Dyersburg, Tennessee (CST)

Camden, Tennessee (CST) 2017

2017

2018

Day

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

548 549 549 550 551 552 553 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 600 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 611 612 613 614

615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644

645 646 647 648 648 649 650 651 652 652 653 654 655 655 656 657 657 658 658 659 659 700 700 701 701 702 702 702 703 703 703

703 703 703 704 704 704 704 704 704 703 703 703 703 703 702 702 702 701 701 701 700 700 659 659 658 657 657 656 655 655 654

653 652 651 651 650 649 648 647 646 645 644 643 642 641 640 639 637 636 635 634 633 631 630 629 628 626 625 624

1736 1734 1733 1731 1730 1728 1727 1726 1724 1723 1721 1720 1719 1717 1716 1715 1714 1712 1711 1710 1709 1707 1706 1705 1704 1703 1702 1700 1659 1658 1657

1656 1655 1654 1653 1652 1651 1651 1650 1649 1648 1647 1647 1646 1645 1645 1644 1643 1643 1642 1642 1641 1641 1640 1640 1640 1639 1639 1639 1638 1638

1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1638 1639 1639 1639 1639 1640 1640 1641 1641 1641 1642 1642 1643 1644 1644 1645 1645 1646 1647 1648 1648

1649 1650 1651 1652 1652 1653 1654 1655 1656 1657 1658 1659 1700 1701 1702 1703 1704 1705 1706 1707 1708 1709 1710 1711 1712 1713 1714 1715 1716 1717 1718

1729 1720 1721 1722 1724 1725 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1746

Day

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

553 554 554 555 556 557 558 559 559 600 601 602 603 604 605 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 618 619

620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 648 649

650 651 652 653 653 654 655 656 657 658 658 659 700 700 701 702 702 703 703 704 705 705 705 706 706 707 707 707 708 708 708

708 708 709 709 709 709 709 709 709 708 708 708 708 708 707 707 707 706 706 706 705 705 704 704 703 702 702 701 700 700 659

658 657 657 656 655 654 653 652 651 650 649 648 647 646 645 644 643 641 640 639 638 637 635 634 633 632 630 629

Memphis, Tennessee (CST) 2017 Day

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

555 556 557 557 558 559 600 600 601 602 603 604 605 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 620 621

621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 647 648 649

650 651 652 653 654 654 655 656 657 658 658 659 700 700 701 702 702 703 703 704 705 705 705 706 706 707 707 707 708 708 708

708 708 709 709 709 709 709 709 709 709 709 708 708 708 708 707 707 707 706 706 706 705 705 704 704 703 702 702 701 700 700

659 658 657 657 656 655 654 653 652 651 650 649 648 647 646 645 644 643 642 640 639 638 637 636 634 633 632 631

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1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1643 1644 1644 1644 1644 1645 1645 1645 1646 1646 1647 1647 1648 1648 1649 1649 1650 1651 1651 1652 1653 1654

2017

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1648 1649 1649 1649 1650 1650 1650 1651 1651 1652 1652 1653 1653 1654 1654 1655 1656 1656 1657 1658 1658

1701 1700 1659 1658 1658 1657 1656 1655 1654 1653 1652 1652 1651 1650 1650 1649 1648 1648 1647 1647 1646 1646 1645 1645 1645 1644 1644 1644 1644 1643

1654 1655 1656 1657 1658 1658 1659 1700 1701 1702 1703 1704 1705 1706 1707 1708 1709 1710 1711 1712 1713 1714 1715 1716 1717 1718 1719 1720 1721 1722 1723

1724 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752

Nashville, Tennessee (CST)

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1705 1704 1703 1702 1702 1701 1700 1659 1658 1657 1657 1656 1655 1655 1654 1653 1653 1652 1652 1651 1651 1650 1650 1650 1649 1649 1649 1649 1648 1648

1741 1739 1738 1736 1735 1734 1732 1731 1729 1728 1727 1725 1724 1723 1721 1720 1719 1717 1716 1715 1714 1712 1711 1710 1709 1708 1707 1706 1704 1703 1702

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 1743 1742 1741 1739 1738 1736 1735 1734 1732 1731 1730 1728 1727 1726 1725 1723 1722 1721 1720 1718 1717 1716 1715 1714 1713 1711 1710 1709 1708 1707 1706

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

1659 1700 1701 1701 1702 1703 1704 1705 1706 1707 1708 1709 1710 1710 1711 1712 1713 1714 1715 1716 1717 1718 1719 1720 1721 1722 1723 1725 1726 1727 1728

1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741 1742 1743 1744 1745 1746 1746 1747 1748 1749 1750 1751 1752 1753 1754 1755

Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

2018

OCT. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

NOV. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

DEC. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

JAN. Rise Set A.M. P.M.

542 543 544 545 546 547 547 548 549 550 551 552 553 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 600 601 602 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609

610 611 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639

640 641 642 642 643 644 645 646 647 647 648 649 650 650 651 652 652 653 653 654 654 655 655 656 656 656 657 657 658 658 658

658 658 658 659 659 659 659 659 658 658 658 658 658 658 657 657 657 656 656 655 655 655 654 653 653 652 652v 651 650 649 649

1730 1729 1727 1726 1724 1723 1722 1720 1719 1717 1716 1715 1713 1712 1711 1709 1708 1707 1706 1704 1703 1702 1701 1700 1658 1657 1656 1655 1654 1653 1652

1651 1650 1649 1648 1647 1646 1645 1644 1643 1643 1642 1641 1640 1640 1639 1638 1638 1637 1637 1636 1636 1635 1635 1634 1634 1634 1633 1633 1633 1633

1633 1632 1632 1632 1632 1632 1632 1632 1632 1633 1633 1633 1633 1634 1634 1634 1635 1635 1635 1636 1636 1637 1637 1638 1639 1639 1640 1641 1641 1642 1643

1644 1644 1645 1646 1647 1648 1649 1649 1650 1651 1652 1653 1654 1655 1656 1657 1658 1659 1700 1701 1702 1703 1704 1705 1706 1707 1709 1710 1711 1712 1713

FEB. Rise Set A.M. P.M. 648 647 646 645 645 644 643 642 641 640 639 638 637 636 634 633 632 631 630 629 627 626 625 624 622 621 620 619

1714 1715 1716 1717 1718 1719 1720 1721 1722 1723 1724 1725 1726 1727 1728 1729 1730 1731 1732 1733 1734 1735 1736 1737 1738 1739 1740 1741

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