Join TNC in Tennessee's Director of Conservation, Alex Wyss, on a virtual tour of the William B. Clark Preserve in West Tennessee. The Conservation Area contains 427 acres of bottomland hardwood forest in the Wolf River watershed, a portion of the once vast floodplain forest ecosystem of the Mississippi River.
This preserve represents an exceptionally diverse ecosystem that contains important habitat for birds, mammals, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. In addition to providing habitat for many species, the William B. Clark Conservation Area serves as an important area for improving water quality, recycling nutrients and moderating flood peaks of the Wolf River during periods of extensive rainfall. Learn more about this special place as we travel through the hardwoods!