In past years, the parent birds have successfully raised two sets of triplets.Make a charitable donation to help our conservation work.The Independence and Franklin nest is located inside the "Eagle Mountain Sanctuary" aviary exhibit on the Dollywood family adventure park.This disabled bald eagle pair (Franklin & Independence) has produced numerous young during previous breeding seasons, which have all been successfully released into the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains - on Douglas Lake in Dandridge, Tennessee. Established in 1985, the non-profit AEF is dedicated to protect the majestic Bald Eagle, the USA's National Symbol, and its habitat by supporting and conducting eagle and environmental recovery and education programs. ORG website, the AEF also has a Facebook page, My Space page, Eagle Blog, free e-Newsletter, and You Tube "Bald Eagle Info" Channel.
You may chat in a public or password protected many-to-many chat room, pubic one-to-many chat rooms. Guest chatters may access the chat service with numerous features.In 2010, the organization celebrated its 25th Anniversary. All these features can be accessed from its website homepage. The eaglets get fed by their parents numerous times per day (and sometimes during night). As the babies grow bigger, they will require more food.The parents usually feed the babies beginning at around a.m. The food is placed inside the aviary at the bottom of the hill from the nest twice a day (morning and evening) by AEF staff.Chat using face-to-face chat or just simply text to friends, family or random strangers.Host a chat room or participate in a created chat room.