Wildlife Habitat

Blythe Ferry

This piece of land and other properties along the Hiwassee River corridor – which is one of The Land Trust’s high-priority conservation areas – are an essential part of the Sandhill Crane’s natural migration pattern.

Lost Cove

This habitat-rich 3,000 acres of land—which contains portions of Lost and Champion Coves adjacent to The University of The South and extends to the boundary of privately held land at the bottom of Lost Cove—is now owned and managed by Sewanee for use as an outdoor academic laboratory and for recreation.

Snow Creek Reserve

Snow Creek Reserve is located about five miles south of Bolivar, Tennessee and is situated between two creeks that come together and form a cypress swamp at the north end of the property.

Corn Property

The Corns have identified over 100 species of wildflower on their 60 acres of land in Sumner County. The 10 acres of the rare and endangered Blue-Eyed Mary puts this property on the State of Tennessee Wildflower Map