CALL ME: 201-744-3062
Since 2014, I have been filming bald eagles for a full length documentary and short films.
A full length documentary about the modern Bald Eagle. Since 2014, I have filmed different groups of eagles around New York State documenting their behavior. The Bald Eagle was almost entirely wiped out from New York State in the 70's, but thanks to dedicated individuals and new laws the Bald Eagle has made a historic comeback. This film will showcase the comeback and the new problems that arise from large numbers of eagles including: living in urban environments, and new competition that comes with large numbers of eagle, and much more. The film was filmed mostly in Albany, NY area but also features eagles from Peekskill,NY, The Adirondacks, Syracuse and more. Film is in production and will be out soon!
Watch over 80 bald eagles fish, fight and steal on Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, NY!
This is a video highlight of the Bald Eagles in Syracuse who come here during winter due to the warm, open water on the lake, which is caused by the local sewage plant. Since most lakes and rivers in NY are frozen during the winter months, this open water attracts eagles from all over. It allows them to feast on the Shad and other types of fish. This is unique and one of the biggest gatherings of eagles in New York State.
The Syracuse eagles will be featured in my documentary "Urban Eagle" and you can learn more about their story.
On a late November day in Maryland, sometimes hundreds of bald eagles congregate at Conowingo Dam for this fishing feast. Fish who make it through the dams turbines are shocked and left as easy targets, which attracts eagles from all over. What seems as easy food, leads to an endless pursuit from other eagles to steal their catch and defend their food!
This film was a Finalist for the Nat Geo Wild to Inspire competition and screened at The Sun Valley Film Fest. One of four finalists of 350 entries.
“Conowingo Dam Bald Eagles” shows the resurgence of the bald eagle population at the Conowingo Dam in Maryland, where hundreds of bald eagles fiercely fight for the stunned fish that make it through the dam’s turbines.