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4414 Nests Reported
Substrate: Concrete structure
Added by Montanero about 2 years ago
Last activity: over 1 year ago
This nest has been in use for several years. However, this year, the previous nest location and all possible nest locations on the pier have been covered to prevent nesting, as there is a plan in place to remove all creosote pilings in the Sound. The pair has begun construction of a new nest on a large concrete structure in the "Central Meadow" of the golf course.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by capecodbabs about 8 hours ago
Last activity: about 8 hours ago
Taller that usual nest at the treetops of the scrub pines.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by capecodbabs about 8 hours ago
Last activity: about 8 hours ago
Marsh area no activity.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by capecodbabs about 9 hours ago
Last activity: about 9 hours ago
Literally in a homes backyard marsh area. Only about 45ft from the residence. Home has a large dock about 30 ft away.
Substrate: Platform
Added by NJ ospreys about 11 hours ago
Last activity: about 11 hours ago
Due to an overpopulation of ospreys and local residents wishing to stop a pair of ospreys nesting on their expensive boats, a small platform was hastily erected 4/20/2012 to accommodate a pair without a nesting site. The structure is not to specification, and situated on a pier just north of St. James Episcopal Church, on the west bank of the Lower Machodoc Creek, off the Potomac River.
Substrate: Channel Marker
Added by NJ ospreys about 11 hours ago
Last activity: about 11 hours ago
Nest is situated on red #4 channel marker just north of Shepherds Point / The "Narrows" in the Lower Machodoc Creek, off the Potomac River
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by osprey007 about 12 hours ago
Last activity: about 12 hours ago
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by osprey007 about 12 hours ago
Last activity: about 12 hours ago
East of College Creek bridge, just off Colonial Parkway
Substrate: Bridge
Added by NJMC Jim almost 2 years ago
Last activity: 9 months ago
This nest is on the unused swing bridge itself. There is another nest located right behind it, as well. in 2014 it was taken over by nesting Peregrines; Ospreys nesting on small radio tower nearby.
Substrate: Small radio tower at railroad bridge
Added by NJMC Jim about 2 years ago
Last activity: about 2 years ago
This nest has been successful for the past three years, including three fledglings in 2011, and is active again in 2012. It was washed away by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and no activity last year.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by MikeM about 13 hours ago
Last activity: about 13 hours ago
Top of tree in protected area at Two Rivers Point
Substrate: Cell Tower
Added by Ben Wurst about 13 hours ago
Last activity: about 13 hours ago
Nest on cell tower.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by capecodbabs about 15 hours ago
Last activity: about 15 hours ago
Marshland near some trees. Not far from homes.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by ThumNail 8 days ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
It can be seen by I 64. However, there is no place to stop for me to report clearly that there are any eggs. I saw two ospreys perched at and in the nest at this time. This nest is active right now.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by Rivergirl about 19 hours ago
Last activity: about 19 hours ago
This nest is in a cedar tree, in the James River, at the First Colony marina beach. The ospreys aren't spending much time at the nest; their behavior will be monitored.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Nan-see 19 days ago
Last activity: 19 days ago
Located in heavily populated Dowses beach in the village of Osterville in the Town of Barnstable.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by RHarley67 1 day ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
The nest is on a platform off of my yard in Knotts Island Bay (Mill Cove I believe). This is my first season observing the full cycle.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jingles 1 day ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
Near the 15 mile marker on Hwy 62, Eagle Point, Oregon
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Tara 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Tara 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
I've seen Osprey here for at least two years.
Substrate: Water tower
Added by Tara 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
At least two fledged from this site last year.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by schmeelcke 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Former Eagles nest that became an Osprey nest. Fell down over the winter during a storm but rebuilt this season by returning Osprey.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by capecodbabs 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Sandwich Town Neck. To the right of parking lot. Several donated benches facing the nest platform.
Substrate:
Added by ScottyMac 8 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Atop a communication tower at a DP&L substation. Made from dead tree branches ranging from 1/4 to 2 inch in diameter. A female was found dead within 50 yards of the nest on April 15th. The female had a wing span of over 6 foot and appeared to have a broken right wing. The bird has been preserved and headed to ODNR. A new female, I assume, has been spotted on April 19th.
Substrate: Stadium lights
Added by pammonahan 9 months ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Nest is constructed in stadium lights overlooking the first base line on a public school baseball field.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Tara 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
This pair has been here at least three years.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Tara 2 days ago
Last activity: 2 days ago
Watched last year. Successfully fledged at least one.
Substrate: Mobile Phone Tower
Added by Avery Scott 3 days ago
Last activity: 1 day ago
The Glen Cove Road nest is a large stick nest situated on a cell tower.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CBEC 3 days ago
Last activity: 3 days ago
This nest platform is located in Prospect Bay near Cabin Creek Rd. on the Reedy property. It has been in place since 2011and has been used each year, and occupied in 2014. The pair produced young successfully each year.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by CBEC 3 days ago
Last activity: 3 days ago
This platform is located on the North side of CBEC property directly across from the Oyster Cove Community. It is tucked away in the "nostril" of the site. It has been in place for 4 years, and successful in 2013 and now occupied in 2014.