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Infrared light is not visible to the eagles, so they do not see it or know it is there.
The "non-releasable" birds are cared for by the AEF at its United States Eagle Center in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee).
At its raptor center, the AEF cares for about 80 birds of prey daily, including the world's largest collection of "non-releasable" bald eagles.
The nest is a human-made structure, but the parents add sticks and other materials before and after laying and hatching their eggs.
A vast habitat offers a natural setting for these non-releasable eagles.
The Independence and Franklin nest is located inside the "Eagle Mountain Sanctuary" aviary exhibit on the Dollywood family adventure park.