Just spotted (3/2/2015) a Bald Eagle flying near a billboard on the south side of PA Route 30 as it crosses the Codorus Creek in York County. I turned off immediately, grabbed my camera but by the time I got down to the creek it was gone.
I spotted a Bald Eagle standing by the Conoy Creek right where Serpentine Drive splits off 241 south of Elizabethtown on 1/16/2015. I turned the car around to see if I could get a photo but it flew off to the southeast before I had a chance.
→ Bald eagle sightings increase in Pennsylvania and the Midstate
Pennsylvania Dutch country is rife with Bald Eagles. So much so that the iconic bird of prey was removed from the Pennsylvania endangered species list in January of this year. Considering that in 1983 there was only three identified nests in the entire state and now there are 254, the comeback must be considered a stunning success. One that hopefully will continue. Read the article to find out why they’re thriving.
So where can you see one for yourself?
Midstate spots most commonly reporting bald eagle sightings include the West Fairview Boat Launch, Big Spring, Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch, State Game Lands 169 west of Newville, Opossum Lake and Children’s Lake. Several eagle nests are known to exist in western Cumberland County, and they are often seen along the Conodoguinet Creek.
If you’re looking in the York or Lancaster counties your best bet is to head over to the Susquehanna River as “eagles are most frequently spotted along lakes, rivers and creeks that are near rivers.”
→ Photos: Onlookers flock to view eagles from park - The Evening Sun (Hanover)
→ Spring adventures a the Norristown Farm Park - Times Herald
For more information on upcoming events at Norristown Farm Park click here.
→ Longtime Hanover birder cited for eagle-nest misstep - York Dispatch
Do they need a 24 hour security detail to protect them from the media? Why not just do the interview ...
Photos: Food Truck Festival at Palmyra | Lebanon Daily News
The Palmyra Area Business Association held the first Food Truck Festival on Saturday, May 9, 2015. Local vendors were on hand ...
→ Birders watch as migrating fowl fly through Pa - philly.com
Click here to see some photos of the Middle Creek migrating Snow Geese.
The Conejohela Flats are one of two spots in Pennsylvania — the other is Presque Isle along Lake Erie — that have been designated key resting and feeding areas for ...
Click here for a map of where to park and how to get to the best area for exploring the potholes and rock formations. The best time to go is ...
Lancaster County now has its own viewing of live eagle nest - LancasterOnline
What a great idea, and a brilliant way to promote awareness of the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail.
All photos © visitpadutchcountry.com
→ Bald eagle nest cam update: Online view shows more, but Codorus State Park offers different perspective - PennLive.com
Seeing the eagles hunt over the Codorus State Park's Lake Marburg and ...
According to Tim Becker, Lebanon County Bird Records Compiler for the Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology, the area has experienced a boom in nesting activity over the past few years.“There are ...
UPDATE: Two eggs again! Should be an interesting 2016 season with the sound and the new infrared night cam. If last years timeline is indicative of this season there should be ...
An eagle hopped on top of the camera, changing the view of the live stream.
Source: Hanover eagle cam: Eagle sits on camera - Evening Sun
First they pooped all over it, ...
→ Mount Gretna offers nature, art, fun and ice cream - LancasterOnline
Very informative article about things to do and see in the Mt. Gretna area. Be sure to click over ...
Likely hatching now until next Wednesday.
Source: All eyes on Eagle Cam eggs as time for breakout is here | Local News | lancasteronline.com
→ Hawk migration and fall foliage at their peaks at watch sites across Pennsylvania | PennLive.com
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
Waggoner's Gap Hawk Watch
Second Mountain Hawk Watch
Lehigh Gap Hawk Watch
Disabled, families can now get to South Lookout.
Source: Hawk Mountain opens accessible trail to famed birdwatching overlook - LancasterOnline: Local News
The Hanover eagles brought a second egg into the world Sunday afternoon, three days after their first bundle of joy arrived in the nest near Codorus State Park. Like its ...
With funding secured, the eagles are ready to return for their second season of livestreaming on the Pennsylvania Game Commission's website. Workers installed cameras above the nest Monday, and the ...
Users of new section of Northern Extension of rail trail enjoy wildlife, Codorus Creek
Bullseye! Bald eagle cam nailed by waste, Game Commission says
Cox Brewing Company opens nano-brewery in Rheems
The Franklin ...
Photos: Onlookers flock to view webcam eagles from Codorus State Park
Spring adventures at the Norristown Farm Park
Longtime Hanover birder fined for eagle-nest disturbance
Local Links | May 8, 2015
Annual Snow Goose migration attracts birders to Lebanon County’s Middle Creek Wildlife Area
Shorebirds’ use of Lancaster County islands causes feds to reverse order over Safe Harbor Dam
PHOTOS | Conewago Falls Potholes near Falmouth, PA – Susquehanna River Set I
Lancaster County now has its own viewing of live eagle nest
PHOTOS | Riverfront Park – Lancaster County, PA
Bald eagle nest cam update: Online view shows more, but Codorus State Park offers different
Bald Eagles thriving in Lebanon County
York County’s Codorus State Park Bald Eagle nest live-stream webcam
Hanover eagle cam: Eagle sits on camera
Lebanon County’s Mount Gretna offers nature, art, fun and ice cream
VIDEO | Watch the first Codorus Eagle Hatch
All eyes on Eagle Cam eggs as time for breakout is here
Hawk migration and fall foliage at their peaks at watch sites across Pennsylvania
Hawk Mountain opens accessible trail to famed birdwatching overlook
Hanover eagles welcome second egg
Hanover eagle cam ready for second season
Local Links | April 30, 2015