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VIDEO: A Look At Parrot Mountain And Gardens

Parrots in Tennessee have a place to call home.

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Check out this look at Parrot Mountain and Gardens, which features a whole assortment of parrots. According to WBIR, the sanctuary opened 12 years ago in Sevierville, Tennessee. A whole host of parrots and other birds call this place home, where founder Fletcher Hollingsworth and his family take care of them.

Have you checked out Parrot Mountain and Gardens? Let us know how it was in the comments.  

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Posted: June 11, 2014, 1:45 p.m. PDT

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Parrot Mountain is a wonderful place. I have been there three times in the last year and will be going back again this year. Our 8 year old granddaughter loves the hands-on with all of the birds. She loves George, the Cockatoo.
Penny, Church Hill, TN
Posted: 6/13/2014 5:53:10 AM
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