Asked by: Gersom Eicksasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th March, 2020
Is it legal to shoot a fox in Tennessee?
Furthermore, is it legal to kill a red fox in Tennessee?
Furbearer species in Tennessee include: Beaver, Coyote, Groundhog, Bobcat*, Fox**, Mink, Muskrat, Opossum, Otter***, Raccoon, Spotted Skunk, Striped Skunk, and Weasel. **Exceptions to the statewide fox season are: Benton - unlawful to take or kill red foxes.
Subsequently, question is, are Canadian geese protected in Tennessee? The Canada Goose was extirpated from Tennessee in the late 19th century, but starting in 1966 TWRA, later assisted by TVA, successfully established a non-migratory resident population. This reintroduction was so successful that these geese have become a nuisance in a few parks and golf courses.
In this regard, what animals are illegal to kill in Tennessee?
Protected Species The taking, killing and/or illegal possession of hawks, owls, songbirds, endangered species or any other species (i.e. snakes) for which a season is not set is prohibited. There is evidence cougars and alligators are expanding their territories into Tennessee.
Is it legal to shoot skunks in Tennessee?
Tennessee permits killing of skunks but prohibits transportation of skunks into the state.