The fall and winter 2020 edition of the Townsend Traveler.

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Despite total visitation numbers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park being down, camping numbers at the Cades Cove campground were high…

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It’s a never-ending battle, Keep Blount Beautiful and Tuckaleechee Garden Club will say — the arduous task of keeping invasive, non-native pla…

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The black bear is the icon of the Great Smoky Mountains, which also are known as the "Salamander Capital of the World" for the quantity and variety of the lizard-like amphibians. But with Discover Life in America scientists and community members are helping identify and map tens of thousands of species in the national park.

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