Pigeon Forge is going virtual for Wilderness Wildlife Week this year. Here is what their official page has to say on it:

“Celebrate the natural features, creatures and cultures of the Smokies with online speakers, panels and more fun online content.

Join us Feb. 2-4 as we celebrate the natural features, creatures and cultures of the Great Smoky Mountains—all online. We’ve invited some of the leading wildlife experts to lead informative discussions with you, our virtual outdoor enthusiasts. This is a great opportunity for students to learn and ask questions about nature. We’ll also share all-new content that takes you into the great outdoors from the comfort of your home, guided by our wilderness explorers.

Registration for this virtual event is now open. All events are FREE.

Each 45-minute program concludes with a question and answer session for participants. You may register for as many programs as you would like. We look forward to exploring with you!”

Events include:

* Though the Mountains Tremble, We Keep Looking Up: Celebrating the Treasures of the Smokies.

* Fox Tails: Learn about the Red Fox’s Behaviors, Eating Habits and General Facts Up Close and Personal.

* Virtual Smoky Mountain Field Trip #1.

* Birds of Prey Showcase.

* The Walker Sisters of Little Greenbrier.

See the full article on this year’s Wilderness Wildlife Week at https://www.mypigeonforge.com/event/wilderness-wildlife-week.