I write a lot of content about the Mid-Atlantic region for print publications so I try to reserve this blog for the really fun stuff — exotic, or at least far-flung, travel locales. But today I’m making an exception and posting about something close to home — the zillions of bald eagles that congregate at Conowingo Dam in Conowingo, Maryland during the fall and early winter.
I spent an unseasonably warm day at Conowingo last week checking out those eagles and wrote about my experience in my weekly “Native Delaware” column for The (Wilmington, Del.) News-Journal.
Here’s a link to that piece. And, okay, I didn’t see a zillion eagles but I did spot a dozen in less than an hour. How cool is that?