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Barred Owl Barred Owl

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Every hike seems to bring different experiences, and if you're in the right place at the right time, you may have the chance to see some wildlife. Have a look at this cool barred owl seen on the Rich Mountain Loop Trail in Cades Cove!
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Yellow Branch


Black-Bellied Salamander

Take a closer look at the mountain creeks and streams and you may find the Black- Bellied Salamander.


In this short  and interesting nature program we learn about the only trout species native to the Great Smoky Mountains.

Elk
Return of the Elk
Cataloochee

In this program we learn about the reintroduction of Elk into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


Grotto Falls

Join us on an easy walk to one of the Smokies prettiest and most fun waterfalls. Grotto Falls are the only falls you can walk behind. This is an outdoor adventure the whole family can enjoy.


Laurel Falls Laurel Falls

Take your family on this short nature hike to one of the most popular natural attractions in the Smokies.

Leaf Looking Leaf Looking

Fall colors abound! Watch this video as we take a leaf looking trip and get some photography tips.

Wild Turkey

 

© Great Smoky Mountains Association 2010.
This is the wild ancestor of the domestic turkey that ends up on your dinner table at Thanksgiving. You can see them in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, from Sugarlands to Cataloochee to Cades Cove. Stop and watch them for a bit. They are really handsome creatures and fun to watch.
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