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  1. Otters, Goldenrod, Monarchs, and a Plein Air Painter Heighten Cades Cove Experience

    Otters, Goldenrod, Monarchs, and a Plein Air Painter Heighten Cades Cove Experience The trailhead for Abrams Falls sits about halfway along the 11-mile loop through Cades Cove at the number 10 marker. Photo by Sue Wasserman. As much as I love waterfalls, I’m not so keen on traffic. As the 2022 Steve Kemp writer in residence, one of my personal goals has been to explore as much of the park as possible, Read more...
  2. Northern River Otters Stage a Comeback

    Northern River Otters Stage a Comeback Intriguing, humorous, and stealthy, river otters are seldom seen. But after being gone for 50 years, they have reclaimed their place as denizens of the Southern Appalachians. “Otters make their homes in many watersheds in and around our mountain region and in Great Smoky Mountains National Park,” said Supervisory Wildlife Biologist Read more...

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