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7184 Nests Reported
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Ben Wurst about 7 years ago
Last activity: about 15 hours ago
4 post platform that was replaced around 2017 with a 1 post platform closer to the ditch. Historic name: 24-Jennifer.
Substrate: Grady White
Added by Birdguy about 21 hours ago
Last activity: about 20 hours ago
Nest on top of a boat.
Substrate: Wellhead platform
Added by BTNEP 1 day ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
Next to nest platform #2
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by NANISEES 1 day ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
Between the Burlington Post Office and the Fire House is a tall communications Tower/Pole. On top for the third year in a row is an active nest as of this week.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by dee 1 day ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
standish shores preserve
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by Rivergirl about 6 years ago
Last activity: 13 days ago
This is a tree at the edgeof/or in the James River, in First Colony on the James. The site is at the James River, 178 The Maine. I have seen this nest for 5-8 years. It was devastated with wind about a year and a half ago. This year, 2020, I received permission from the owners at 174 The Maine, to monitor the Osprey nest from their yard, where the nest is more visible than at 178 The Maine. The depth of the nest can't be seen, but nest activity is more visible.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by Mescott 4 days ago
Last activity: 4 days ago
Along walking path and small inlet, NW of docks and roundabout driveway
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Ryszard almost 3 years ago
Last activity: 7 days ago
Latitude and longitude are approximate. The nest is located at the north end of "lower" Patterson St. NW, on the east side of the street. The nest platform can be easily reached on foot by walking around an automotive barrier. There is a pedestrian pass-through to "upper" Patterson, which provides a view of the nest. The actual nest can't be seen from "lower" Patterson.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by MikeHeron 5 days ago
Last activity: 5 days ago
In the garden/field north of the chapel
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by MikeHeron 21 days ago
Last activity: 21 days ago
Nest is near Great Neck Rd, close to the old buildings, nearly above the entrance to the Fern Loop trail. The nest sits in a white pine that is snapped in half.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by MikeHeron 21 days ago
Last activity: 5 days ago
Nest on platform in the marsh at The Widows Cove (Bass Creek). Nest can be seen from Sacred Heart parking lot.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Roadrunner 5 days ago
Last activity: 4 days ago
Stand at the tip of Shell Point and look across the water
Substrate: Large Rock
Added by Kevin 6 days ago
Last activity: 6 days ago
Birds build the nest on a large rock on the South side of cedar island located in marks Cove.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by cdabirds 7 days ago
Last activity: 7 days ago
Not a good location 🥺
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CharlieE about 1 year ago
Last activity: 12 days ago
Nesting platform mounted on pole lashed to existing pine tree. Installed approximately 10 years ago. Has been active for most if not all of its life. Up date March 28, 2020 survey by BBNWR Society - nest platform deteriorating, platform located high in a tree, nearly inaccessible for repair. Nest still active with two osprey on nest.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Andy about 8 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
One osprey showed up February 2012--the mate was lost last year. A female, I think, joined him in March. No eggs or babies spotted. But they looked healthy and where advid fishermen. Up date March 28, 2020 - survey of this area by the BBNWR Society was unable to locate the nesting platform.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CharlieE 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
BBNWR Society surveyed this nesting platform via boat March 28, 2020, platform in good condition and two Osprey were on the nest, could not get close enough to get a good picture.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CharlieE 12 days ago
Last activity: 12 days ago
Nesting pole and platform installed roughly 2000, location East side of Northern portion of Long Island in Back Bay. Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Society surveyed site March 28, 2020, noted two osprey on damaged nest. Later the same day the birds were gone, Society took this opportunity to repair the damaged platform and added predator guard.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CharlieE 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
Survey March 28, 2020 could not locate this nesting platform, platform believed to have been installed over 20 years ago.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CharlieE 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
Survey March 28, 2020 revealed that no nest platform exists at this location. Its possible that the old coordinates for this nest were in error and intended to be for 'North Bay 1' nest # 7430.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by MikeO 8 days ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
Across Chickahominy River from Rivers Bend Development on Charles City side of River
Substrate: Billboard sign
Added by francie 9 days ago
Last activity: 9 days ago
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by CarolC 9 days ago
Last activity: 9 days ago
This nest is the by golf course hole #12 and is located in a healthy pine tree.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by CarolC 10 days ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
This nest is located on the 5th hole at the Moss Creek South Golf Course. It is located in a live pine.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by CarolC 20 days ago
Last activity: 20 days ago
The nest is located at the top of a water tower by 131 Timberlane in Moss Creek, a residential community just off Hilton Head Island.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by heavyiron 9 days ago
Last activity: 9 days ago
platform pole -with no nest- on corner of Jenkins Creek and Doe Point Creek
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by scm 13 days ago
Last activity: 13 days ago
Bay Point Country Club Onset Avenue - Village Of Onset Wareham Massachusetts
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Dascas241 15 days ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
On causeway to Hamilton Beach, Pilgrim Avenue, Wareham, MA (Platform put in place after electric company knocked down older nesting site on pole across the street.)
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by CarolC about 1 year ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
This nest is easily visible across from 85 Folly Field Road. It is just behind what looks to be an old ball court of some type with a wall. Note: The observers have named this pair Ozzie and Harriet.
Substrate: Rock in Cove
Added by BillJ 28 days ago
Last activity: 12 days ago
located at SE end of Cedar Island in Marks Cove Wareham, MA 02571 USA 41.735663 - 70.7270813