Give the gift that keeps giving all year!
Tennessee Wildlife Magazine is the official publication of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. It is published quarterly and provides our agency an excellent way to communicate with everyone interested in the great Tennessee Outdoors. Within its pages over time you'll find interesting stories about all species of wildlife in our state. Read about one of our most recognizable wild celebrities, Challenger. No doubt, you've seen this famous bald eagle fly at stadiums prior to huge sporting events all across the United States. Deer hunters will appreciate the stories that include tips on how and where to find white-tails on lands that our agency manages. Anglers will be amazed at the fabulous variety of fishing opportunities featured.
Subscriptions start at only $10.00 per year and includes the beautiful Tennessee Wildlife Magazine Calendar with each subscription.
The Lifetime Sportsman License is available to any individual who has resided in Tennessee continuously for the twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding the purchase of the Lifetime Sportsman License. Applicants under the age of three (3) years must have at least one parent or designated guardian who was a resident of Tennessee at the time of the child's birth and has continued to reside in Tennessee since birth. The Lifetime Sportsman License entitles the holder to all the hunting and fishing privileges afforded holders of an Annual Sportsman License.
There are four wildlife license plates to choose from. All are absolutely beautiful examples of wildlife in Tennessee. A portion of the proceeds of the license plates come back to the TWRA to ensure wildlife management for future generations.
Wildlife license plates are $35 in addition to the regular cost of the registration for the vehicle.
Donations to worthy causes always make great gifts, especially for the loved one who's particuarly tough to buy for.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation works in conjunction with the TWRA to bring quality programming and events to the area. Make a Donation!
Funds from the Watchable Wildlife Endowment Fund support a wide variety of Tennessee nongame and endangered wildlife projects, including the conservation of songbirds, promoting wildlife viewing opportunities at many TWRA wildlife areas, purchase of land, monitoring of amphibians, among others.
Over the course of 14 years, Hunters for the Hungry has provided more than 3,225,000 meals to families across the state. We can do more! Consider donating a whole deer this year, or just a few pounds at a participating processor.