Winners for the 2016 Wildlife Photo Contest will be announced November 12, 2016 at the Conowingo Bald Eagle Event held at the Conowingo Dam. For more information, visit the News section.
The deadline for photo submissions for our 2016 Wildlife Photo Contest is September 30. For more information, visit the news section, here: http://www.supportconowingodam.com/news/news/2016-wildlife-photo-contest-announcement
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Governor Larry Hogan and officials in the state of Maryland have informed Exelon of their intent to conduct a Request for Information, or RFI, to accelerate the restoration of Chesapeake Bay.
We're announcing the 2016 Wildlife Photo Contest, which is free to enter and open to amateurs and professionals. Pictures to be taken along the Susquehanna River, around Muddy Run Park, and Conowingo Facilities.
Exelon will improve fish passage facilities at Conowingo Dam and transport up to 100,000 American shad and 100,000 river herring annually to their spawning grounds above all four dams.
A joint report on the Conowingo Dam and its impact on the cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay has found that the enemy is not the ton of sediment built up behind the almost 90-year-old dam.
Exelon Generation, the owner and operator of Conowingo, recently held its fifth annual photo contest to help highlight the beauty of the bald eagle...
Enter to win the Conowingo Bald Eagle Photo Contest. Photos must feature Eagles along the Lower Susquehanna River around Muddy Run Park and Conowingo facilities in either Maryland or Pennsylvania. Click here for more information and the entry form.