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New Quarter Point #4
Nest Location Description:
Stick Nest on Channel Marker #15A near the mouth of Queens Creek of the point of New Quarter Park, York County, VA. Osprey pair are building a nest on the marker.
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First chick fledging
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Mother and chick both resting in the nest. Eventually the female flew, could here here calling but the foliage is so thick could not locate her. chick then also flew and then it started pouring rain again..
Only one chick with the female. The chick is doing a lot of flapping of his wings so fledging must be close. Male flew in with a fish and then away. Have not located the males feeding perch, it could be above me in the trees.
Female perched on edge of nest, looking into the nest. Can not tell how many chicks. No sign of male.
Female upright on edge of nest. Observed movement in nest and saw at least one chick, but impossible to determine if more than one. No sign of male.
Female remained close to edge of the nest and fairly still for the hour I was watching. Also no sign of the male, or chicks.
Can not see any chicks but female exhibits the behavior indicating the eggs have hatched. She is bobbing her head, moving around the nest. Male is in a tree across the water.
As far as I can tell she's still incubating. Could see no signs that eggs have hatched. Male was perched across the water on dead tree.
Birds survived the storms. Female incubating away, did not see the male but heard him. I think he perches in trees above me across from nest.
Female on nest incubating. A sail boat came very close to the mile marker/nest, frightened the bird, and she flew away briefly. A large bald eagle is perched in a tree across the creek. I had not seen the male osprey although I heard him calling. Did not see any signs of feeding, although they could have finished before I arrivedarrived The male flew in and around the eagle, but the eagle stayed put, at which point the male joined the female on the nest. Hope they survive.
Female incubating, no sign of male.
Female sitting low in nest, apparently incubating eggs. Can not see into nest to determine number of eggs.
Female perched on nest, so no eggs yet.
Nest looks complete. Female standing in nest. Male arrived and they mated, then he flew away.
osprey pair spotted by Jan Lockwood on 4/1. Observed one osprey perched on edge of partially completed nest .