Unlike our slumbering Black Bears, the Highlands Biological Foundation is staying busy throughout the winter.
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If the last year has left you feeling a little shaky, it’s time for a celebration! Otters are back to splashing on the Plateau! To catch a glimpse of these endlessly enchanting creatures, visit The Highlands Botanical Garden, open dawn to dusk, at 930 Horse Cove Road.
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Just like their human counterparts, some Plateau residents are departing for sunnier climes, while others are settling in for a long winter’s nap. To learn more, watch Baby It’s Cold Outside. You can watch the premiere on the Highlands Biological Station’s Facebook page (@highlandsbiologicalstation) on Tuesday, December 15, at 1:00 P.M. or find it afterward on the Highlands Biological YouTube channel.
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From the Smokies to Satulah, autumn is coming, and the Highlands Biological Foundation is gearing up for our next virtual program where we’ll explore why the greenery draping across our […]
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As spring draws near we begin looking for new life in the forest: A nest on a tree branch, a fawn in a thicket, a seedling beginning to grow through the […]