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Dan Gibbs

Wildlife Biologist

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

HQ Phone:  (615) 781-6500

Email: d***@***.gov

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Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

440 Hogan Rd.

Nashville, Tennessee,37220

United States

Company Description

TWRA manages trout fisheries in the tailwaters of five hydropower dams operated by TVA in Region IV.  Cold water released from the reservoirs impounded by these dams extirpated fish populations that formerly occurred downstream.  Therefore, TWRA and the U.S. F...more

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TWRA - Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - Contact Information

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Black bear cubs seen alone might not be orphaned | Independent Herald

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TWRA wildlife biologist Dan Gibbs said that TWRA has a system in place to address cubs that are truly orphaned.
The agency contracts with Appalachian Bear Rescue in Townsend to care for sick, injured and orphaned bear cubs. The TWRA evaluates each case individually before determining whether to take the cub to the rescue operation. Gibbs reminded residents that only TWRA and the National Park Service are allowed to catch or deliver a bear cub to Appalachian Bear Rescue.


www.chattanoogan.com

"These bears are in excellent shape to be returned into wild and are better prepared to go to winter dens than many other bears are this year," said TWRA Biologist Dan Gibbs.


www.wcyb.com

"These bears are in excellent shape to be returned into wild and are better prepared to go to winter dens than many other bears are this year," says TWRA Biologist Dan Gibbs.


www.ndtv.com

Dan Gibbs, a biologist with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, told the Wall Street Journal that many residents have learned not to feed the bears, but "it only takes one or two to set the whole problem into motion.


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