Wildlife Refuges & Fish Hatcheries
Wake up early and start out before sunrise. All is quiet, and the day is fresh. Watch as nature unfolds.
Hoping to see an elk, white-tailed deer, or black bear? In Tennessee, find a large, rich diversity of waterfowl, aquatic life and other wildlife. Roam among bottomland hardwoods, oak and hickory forests, open waters, freshwater marshes, agricultural land, idyllic refuges and wilderness areas to observe and interact with Tennessee's creatures great and small.
Walker Branch Natural Area
Walker Branch is a 225-acre natural area located just miles south of Savannah in Hardin County. The property was purchased with wetland acquisition funds by TWRA who cooperatively manages the site with the Natural Areas Program. ...more