Game bird hunters who plan to register to hunt within the state of Tennessee should be aware of an incredibly important meeting coming up this week. Here at Meadow Brook Game Farm, we wanted to make sure that our readers were aware of their opportunity to learn more about the upcoming hunting seasons for waterfowl.
As this article published by Clarksville Online reports, the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission will discuss recommendations for the late season 2014-15 waterfowl hunts. These guidelines will affect when hunters are able to track and capture many types of waterfowl, including ducks, sandhill crane and geese.
The wildlife commission meeting will take place on August 28 and 29, and it will be held at the West Tennessee Research and Education in Jackson, TN. Although the specifics of any changes to waterfowl hunting seasons were not discussed in the above article, the writer did indicate that the proposed recommendations would fall within federal guidelines for waterfowl hunting.
Hunters may also be interested in a few other presentations, which will take place at the two-day meeting. A history of migratory bird hunting within the state of Tennessee will be presented to the commission. As well, information on the biological information of Tennessee’s current population of migratory game birds will be available, helping hunters learn about birds they may not have considered tracking in the past.
There will be a few other aspects of the meeting that may be of interest to other hunters and even fishermen too. The fisheries division of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will discuss proposed changes to both sport and commercial fishing regulations within the state for the 2015-16 fishing season. As well, lottery winners for the 2014 Tennessee elk hunt drawing will also be announced at this meeting.
There’s plenty of excitement happening in the world of Tennessee hunting. Here at Meadow Brook Game Farm, we offer an excellent game bird hunting experience just north of Nashville, TN. Our farm sits on one of the oldest shooting preserves in all of Tennessee. When you’re thinking about experiencing of the country’s best hunting traditions, call us to schedule a trip to our 1,200-acre property.