Teen Naturalists at the Ashland Hawk Watch and Conowingo Dam

By Joe Sebastiani, Members Program Team Leader

Last Saturday, our Teen Naturalist group took in the sights at the Ashland Hawk Watch and watched Bald Eagles and other wildlife at Conowingo Dam, MD.  Our objective for the day was to create a video of our experience, have a lot of fun, and see a lot of wildlife.  We accomplished all three and saw over 100 Bald Eagles, Double-crested Cormorants eating fish, and fishermen catching Striped Bass and Walleye. By the way, don’t eat the paw-paws until they are ripe.  Enjoy the video that we created.

If you know a teenager, at least 13 years of age, that would like to join the Delaware Nature Society Teen Naturalists, please contact me at (302) 239-2334 ext. 115. The Teen Naturalists meet once per month, volunteer for Delaware Nature Society conservation projects ocassionally, and take a week-long adventure trip every August.

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