Wildlife Watching

At the core of every outdoor enthusiast’s chosen form of recreation is the desire to connect to our natural environment. To do that, we have to stop, breathe, watch and listen. The outdoors’ most precious gifts can come from the glimpse of a bounding doe, a playful otter on the river banks, or a Great Blue Heron taking flight. Below are some of Chattanooga’s quiet refuges and wildlife havens. Places in which to slow down and connect with the outdoors and nature.
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    Audubon Acres
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    Booker T. Washington
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    Cherokee National Forest
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    Crockford-Pigeon Mountain
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    Cumberland Trail
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    Fort Mountain
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    Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge
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    Little Cedar Mountain
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    Maclellan Island
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    Nickajack Lake
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    Patten Island
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    Prentice Cooper
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    Reflection Riding
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    Rock Island
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    South Chickamauga Creek
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    Tennessee River Gorge and Blueway
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    Tennessee Riverpark
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