Dollywood is not just a “fun” park, it is also a place to learn about stuff. It has a 30,000 square-foot aviary, which houses the country’s largest presentation of non-releasable bald eagles. You get a rare glimpse of some of nature’s most impressive birds of prey in this beautiful mountain setting as members of the American Eagle Foundation interact with these spectacular animals.
Birds of Prey at Dollywood are under the care of the American Eagle Foundation, which is authorized to possess birds for education, exhibition, rehabilitation and breeding under permits from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
Dollywood and Splash Country are both great family entertainment areas. We will go back!
But now our thoughts are on to our next great adventure, the upcoming river cruise. Our info packet arrived, as well as our German rail pass. Boy howdy, it is gonna be fun! And the ship has complimentary wi-fi. That makes me smile!
But first, Grammie Camp is in session today, and I need to get ready for that. I hope you have some smiles in your day. I sure will!
Life is good, y’all!