Tennessee: Sandhill Crane Hunting Season to be Considered

| July 22, 2013

Tennessee: Sandhill Crane Hunting Season to be Considered

Recently, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed a 60-day sandhill crane hunting season in Tennessee.  This is the second time in three years the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider a sandhill crane hunting season.  If approved, Tennessee would be the second state east of the Mississippi River to allow sandhill cranes to be hunted.  In 2011, Kentucky considered and adopted a similar proposal and sportsmen have been able to hunt two years, of the three season experiment.

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