On July 4th, instead of going to picnics or just hanging at home, I traveled to Conowingo Dam to see what type of bird action there may be.. Since it is July, most eagles have hatched their young, and they have since fledged. Eagle activity decreases greatly from the 100 plus birds there in November to just a handful now. What I did capture was several great blue heron's that put on a great show near shore, and a few eagles that decided to fish nearby and then fly overhead to an awaiting tree to eat their catch. Take a look at the photos and enjoy the nature that is nearby us.