West Tennessee’s Wildlife Management areas


I’m learning to hunt — so what started out as me toolin’ around on the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website turned into an excuse to make a neat map of public hunting land within striking distance of Memphis.

Turns out there’s actually quite a bit of land out here: more than 370,000 acres of Wildlife Management Areas or refuges are open to hunting in West Tennessee.

Check out my Google Map mashup, and let me know what you think.

Gun season starts Saturday!

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grant smith
Hi. I’m a freelance journalist and data specialist living in NJ/NYC. I like to play outside.

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