All posts tagged: Bald Eagles

A Pair of Bald Eagles

I went to Conowingo Dam again yesterday with hope to see and photograph bald eagles in action of catching fish from the water. It was no such luck probably because of too much water through the dam causing turbulent current and high turbidity water. Nevertheless, […]

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Conowingo Bald Eagles – 2017.12.1.

Conowingo Dam on lower Sesquehanna River is located in northeastern Maryland, about 90 miles from Washington, DC. Each year in November through December there are a number of migrating bald eagles from the north joining the resident eagles, not unusual to have a total of […]

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Bald Eagles at Blackwater NWR

On the way home to Frederick, Maryland from Chincoteague, VA two days ago, we stopped by Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge at Cambridge, Maryland. It rained early in the morning and as we arrived in mid morning it was cloudy but the sun did peek through […]

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Conowingo Bald Eagles

For some reasons as it gets closer to Thanksgiving holidays bald eagles start to gather below Conowingo dam in hundreds and so do the nature photographers in hundreds as well. I arrived the place at 7:30 am last Friday and there must be at least […]

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Bald Eagles at Conowingo Dam, Maryland

The number of bald eagles at Conowingo Dam usually increases in November and through December with the peak, that had reach 200 in the past years, around Thanksgiving time. It has attracted hundreds of photographers to capture bald eagles catching fish from the water, fighting […]

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