Nest #1511

Nickname: Nelson Park
Nest substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Nest Location Description:
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: Beach Ambassadors
Latitude: 41.968991
Longitude: -70.67299
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2015 2013 2012

Activity reports

2012 Nest Activity Report by BigWingBoy
Adult arrival Nestlings
Nest Occupied   Fledglings
Nest Active   First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure
2013 Nest Activity Report by BigWingBoy
Adult arrival 03/30/2013 Nestlings 2
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings 2
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging 07/17/2013
Egg laying 04/13/2013 Chicks last observed 08/12/2013
Incubation initiation 04/13/2013 Nest failure
Clutch hatching 05/26/2013 Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

05/28/2015 by Beach Ambassadorie
Beach Ambassador Debbie Plume got photos of the adults feeding at least one chick (one chick head seen at a time)!

05/24/2015 by Beach Ambassadorie
Adults observed intent on something in the nest - chicks we think. The photo and observation is by Plymouth Osprey Watch and BigWingBoy.

07/17/2013 by BigWingBoy
Linda F. reports we have a fledgling at Nelson Park! Oh and I changed the number of chicks from three to two. We lost one during the first month.

06/21/2013 by BigWingBoy
Osprey, female. This is Lady Hamilton, our Nelson Park female osprey during a quiet moment on a clear summer day. Two chicks are hidden below her in the nest and Lord Neslon is perched in his tree 1/4 mile away. Nelson Park, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

06/02/2013 by BigWingBoy
My visit to the Nelson Park Osprey nest this morning revealed bird photographer Linda F., Lord Nelson bringing fish, Lady Hamilton feeding the chicks, and I counted two little bobbleheads today.

05/28/2013 by BigWingBoy
Yesterday Linda F. reported she thought the Nelson Park Osprey eggs are hatching. I watched the birds this morning. The incubation behavior has definetly switched to feeding chicks behavior. I can't tell how many chicks as we usually can't tell until the little bobbleheads show above the top nest edge. Hooray!

04/14/2013 by BigWingBoy
The weekend of April 13-14 the Nelson park pair seem to be sitting on egg(s). There's always one or the other sitting in the nest.