Tag: raptors

Lunchtime at the Dam

At Conowingo Dam, it’s all about the Shad. This powerful dam across the Susquehanna River holds back the water’s power and harnesses it for energy for the surrounding area. Running the locks periodically to maintain water levels, the shad run through the dam and are knocked silly and […]

A Bit Buggy Eyed

This past week has been a difficult week. Between the tragic loss of my cat, me dropping my beautiful and large camera kit with the 500mm lens, and heavy duty business meetings, I’m a bit buggy eyed. Yesterday I took an impromptu trip up to Middle Creek Wildlife […]

Squeaky Toy

This morning I headed out to Maryland’s Eastern Shore in search of a Red Necked Grebe at Kent Narrows. I had never known that birds could be red necks. I did find the Grebe, and a few other charming ducks along the water. It was quite chilly and […]

Project 365/288 – Birds of Prey

  As promised, finally are some captures from this past Saturday’s Birds of Prey Workshop. Each raptor is truly stunning in their beauty, strength and fierceness. Big and small, their keen eyes and sharp ears miss nothing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If I stay alert, then I can challenge myself, and […]