Tennessee is home to a great diversity of birdlife and Tennessee State Parks offer excellent, year-round opportunities to explore this diversity from common species like Tennessee’s state bird, the northern mockingbird, to rare species like the cerulean warbler. Whether you’re looking for a barred owl, wood thrush or a white ibis, you can find many of Tennessee’s birds in a state park.
Tennessee State Parks offer a variety of lodging options including camping, cabins and inns, and for those traveling with groups, many parks offer group accommodations.
Join knowledgeable birders and Tennessee State Parks for a two night, three day birding tour. LEARN MORE.
- SPRING BIRDING TOUR
Friday, April 29 through Sunday, May 1