Nest #6314

Nickname: 042-A-010
Nest substrate: Transmission_tower
Nest Location Description: There are two pair making starter nests on two different towers a few hundred feet apart. the nest further into the park seems to be more developed and may become a real nest.
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: New Jersey Osprey Project
Latitude: 40.7844215908282
Longitude: -74.1099768539673
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2019 2018 2017 2016

Activity reports

2016 Nest Activity Report by jmac
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
2019 Nest Activity Report by jmac
Adult arrival Nestlings 0
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

08/13/2018 by jmac
no nest this year

04/29/2018 by jmac
Ospreys carrying sticks, but only a "practice" nest visible

04/06/2018 by jmac
no nest, but a pair of Ospreys on the tower; maybe this year

04/19/2017 by jmac
Even though I have yet to see a bird here, others have reported that they are bringing sticks. the nest appeared to be much more developed today.

04/15/2017 by jmac
There are Ospreys building small practice nests on a couple of transmission towers at this point. No well defined nest at this point

07/23/2016 by jmac
no sign of the nest or any Ospreys

06/02/2016 by jmac
No birds on the trans tower that has the nest, but two Osprey on one near by. The nest is not active.

05/27/2016 by jmac

05/21/2016 by jmac
The pair on the Trans tower near the "T" on Saw Mill trail is continuing to grow with an active pair, but it is probably too late for eggs this year. I'll bet this nest is good next year. The second nest is gone as are the birds.

04/25/2016 by jmac
There are two pair making starter nests on two different towers a few hundred feet apart. the nest further into the park seems to be more developed and may become a real nest