Welcome to Saturday's Critters!
Hello and happy Saturday!
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Hubby and I took a short day trip to the Conowingo Dam and the Susquehanna River State Park to see the Bald Eagles. In November the Bald Eagles gather at the river just below the dam. Previous years the Eagle count was close to 200. I think we went a little too early, we will make another trip soon. We saw numerous Double-crested Cormorants, various Gull species, Turkey Vultures and the Black Vultures and the local resident Great Blue Herons. The Ring Billed Gulls dominate but the Herring Gull and the Great Black-backed Gulls can be seen too.
1. Below on the dam walls, are a few immature Bald Eagles, Double-crested Cormorants with a line of Gulls, 2 Great Blue Herons with a Bald Eagle, immature Bald Eagle with a few Black Vultures.
2. There was 3 immature Bald Eagles perched on the dam wall.
3. One of the many Bald Eagles seen at the Susquehanna River and Conowingo Dam.
4. A Bald Eagle, Black Vultures and an immature Bald Eagle with a fish perched on the tower.
5. A line up of Gulls and a group of the Double-crested Cormorants.
6. Below mixed in with the rocks are an immature Bald Eagle, adult Bald Eagle and the Great Blue Heron.
7. Some views of the Susquehanna River State Park.
8. Below images are the Golden-crowned Kinglet on the left and the Downy Woodpecker on the right.
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