Cade's Cove, Tennessee
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When Robert heads to Cade's Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains for a little wildlife photography and camping he gets more than he bargained for: Pouring rain, black bears in trees, a rainbow of song birds, coyotes, wild hogs, and a buck with a message are all part of the adventure.
Discover tiny rainbow-colored birds, great people, picturesque river towns, fabulous local food, wine, and beer, plus nesting bald eagles, and the amazing natural beauty of New York State's Hudson River Valley.
Each spring thousands of foreigners migrate across our borders from Cuba, South America, and even Mexico. Under cover of darkness, they make their way north to Manhattan’s Central Park.
Old-growth temperate rainforest, endangered wildlife like otters, whales, wolves, bears, and birds, plus centuries old indigenous culture, all local family friendly businesses and that’s Responsible Nature Tourism on Prince of Wales Island.