TENNESSEE WILDERNESS – A Legacy Endures

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TENNESSEE WILDERNESS – A Legacy Endures

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Tennessee Wilderness, first edition, 209 pages, 11" x 9", hardcover.

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Tennessee Wilderness is a pictorial essay of woods and waters; it is a time capsule of natural beauty, a display of those who are charged with its perpetuation and a legacy of forever wild things and places in Tennessee.

This beautiful coffee table book would be a great addition to anyone's home or office, who loves Tennessee's wildlife and wilderness. It contains over 150 vibrant photographs of state, national and public lands and waters in Tennessee accented by quotes from noted outdoorsmen like these…..

“Wilderness does not exist today in the context of three hundred years ago. But there is wildness. A wildness endures in Tennessee from the Mississippi River valley to the Appalachian Mountains. To many, this wildness is modern-day wilderness. Today’s Tennessee wilderness endures in special places where a hunter, fisher, hiker or boater explores without the sight or sound of another human… only the wind in the trees and the eagle overhead. The Volunteer State’s wildlife management areas, lakes and rivers are these places.” – Larry R. Richardson

“Tennessee's wildlife management areas are magical places,” Wade Bourne, Outdoor Writer, Host Ducks Unlimited TV

“Our wildlife management areas are memory makers,” Larry Rea, Outdoor Writer

"Tennessee's wildlife management areas have provided backdrops for many of my eagle and duck paintings." Ralph J. McDonald, Wildlife Artist.  

Whether you are involved in hunting, fishing, boating, wildlife watching or just appreciation of the outdoors, you will love the picturesque pages of this book.

Published by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation
Written by Larry R. Richardson with photography by Thomas Wood
Publication Date: December 2016