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Conowingo Dam, Maryland Eagle Photography Tour
November 20-22, 2022 TBA
Every winter, between 100 – 200 Bald Eagles gather at Conowingo Dam, along the lower Susquehanna River in northern Maryland, to feast on fish, which are sucked through the giant turbines as this dam. It generates electricity for the Baltimore area. Travel to Conowingo Dam with us to see nature at its absolute best. Rent a lens for a weekend from The Photo Center in Brick and join us on this fantastic adventure. Eagles sit right in the trees behind us as we wait for the eagles to fly down to the waters to catch their meal. Photograph as the Eagles grab the fish, and all the other eagles take to flight to fight to take it away. Incredible photography happens here at Conowingo Dam with your instructor by your side to guide you to get stunning images.
We will spend two days photographing eagles. We have a blast on this one but dress warmly. It is usually in the ’40s around this time of year. Hot packs for hands and feet are supplied, and photography instruction and hotel accommodations (double occupancy). We will also do night photography for those that want to join us.
Transportation from our Marlboro N.J. location can also be provided for a small fee, or you can follow us or meet us there. In addition, you can rent a lens at The Photo Center in Brick, N.J.