Baby Eaglets Are Hatching Soon In Tennessee & You Can Watch It From Home
Between flowers blooming to warm weather, springtime has a lot to offer, even if we have to stay indoors. Many animals are having babies so get ready to see photos all over your timelines. Dollywood in Tennessee is actually expecting two Bald Eagles any day now and you can actually watch them hatch.
Dollywood is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and both an amusement park and a water park. There's also cabins and a lodge you can stay in right at the park so you can get the full Dollywood experience.
There's also the Eagle Mountain Sanctuary in Dollywood Park that's 30,000-square-feet and is the "country's largest presentation of non-releasable bald eagles."
The American Eagle Foundation takes care of the exhibit and has the authority to house birds for educational, rehabilitation and breeding purposes.
The park is able to participate in these activities through permits they receive from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Two baby Bald Eagles will be hatching soon at Eagle Mountain, but the exact dates cannot be determined (because nature).
There's also a live cam on the nest at all times, so you can see how the happy parents, Glenda and Grant, care for the eggs and get a first look at the eggs hatching.
Eagle Mountain Sanctuary is home to over 20 Bald Eagles that you can see them on any normal park day during the year.
There's a daily 'Birds of Prey' show the park puts on to inform and educate guests on these endangered species. You'll be able to learn about eagles but Hawks, falcons, owls and vultures during the show.
Narcity contacted the sanctuary and they're not taking calls or providing any additional information about the park at this time.