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.
Infrared light is not visible to the eagles, so they do not see it or know it is there.
This year's bald eagle nesting pair are Independence" and "Franklin" (female has a black feather spot on the back of her head).
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The Independence and Franklin nest is located inside the "Eagle Mountain Sanctuary" aviary exhibit on the Dollywood family adventure park.
They live on the American Eagle Foundation's Eagle Mountain Sanctuary in the Dollywood Park in Pigeon Forge, TN.
For more information about these eagles, click here!
At its raptor center, the AEF cares for about 80 birds of prey daily, including the world's largest collection of "non-releasable" bald eagles.
Most all these birds are used for educational purposes, and, in some cases, for propagation purposes to release captive-hatched young into the wild for re-population purposes in specific territories.
To view and participate in chat you must be logged in. During normal nesting season, we have 4 camera angles on our nest for your viewing enjoyment.**Cam 1 ** - (High Definition - Pan, Tilt, & Zoom Side View) Cam 2 - (High Definition - Pan, Tilt, & Zoom Overhead View) Cam 3 - (High Res Inside Nest View) Cam 4 - (High Res Side Nest View) Revisit the 2014 Nesting Season 2012 Nest Cam Video Detailing Equipment and Eagle Habitat Watch Interview With Al Cecere on WBIR TV 5-23-12 About our bald eagles, nest cam & cause. At night an infrared light provides night vision to viewers via the cam.CHAT TIMES: Chat will resume when nesting season begins again.On this page you will see the nest of non-releasable Bald Eagles Independence and Franklin.In 2013 we added 2 new high definition PTZ cameras designed to enhance the viewing experience.The "non-releasable" birds are cared for by the AEF at its United States Eagle Center in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee).