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The Night Amicalola Falls Went to the Birds










  Ever wanted to spend an evening getting up close and personal with Zeus and Fabio? Would you like to share a ghost story or two with Owl Capone or Goliath? Or how about learning the secrets of high flying and speedy diving from Sir Lands a Lot and Moseby?

Join us at The Lodge on
Tuesday July 16th or Tuesday July 30th from 7-9 p.m. for a special extended Bird of Prey program with all of Amicalola’s Rehabilitation & Education Program birds. Our Naturalists will go in greater depth about the facts and fiction of Georgia raptors. You’ll learn about how sometimes the smallest can make the biggest sounds. And if that is not enough, you will experience firsthand just how size and shape impact a raptors speed and power. PLUS, don’t forget your phones and cameras as we will have an extended Kodak moment where everyone can take close-up one on one photographs with each our magnificent birds.

Admission for this special bird encounter is only $3.00 per person, or $10.00 for a family of 4.


If you'd like to spend the evening with us, The Lodge will be offering a two lodge room specials:
  $99.00 for a Mountain View Double, with 2 double beds, that can sleep a maximum of 4 guests and includes 4 passes to the bird show.
  $119.00 for a Mountain View Loft that has 3 double beds that can sleep a maximum of 6 guests and includes 6 passes to the bird show.

For those looking for a bit of excitement and exercise before or after The Night Amicalola Falls Went to the Birds, The Climbing wall will be open both Monday and Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. at a cost of only $3.00 per person.

The Maple Restaurant will be open that evening at 5:00 p.m. for our dinner buffet so you’ll be able to check-in at 4, have a relaxing dinner, and enjoy a marvelous evening as we present The Night Amicalola Falls Went to the Birds.


Call the Lodge directly at 800-573-9656 to make reservations and more information.


 
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