Nest #7094

Nickname: 111-A-039 (CI-12)
Nest substrate: Dead Tree
Nest Location Description: 30 ft in from blue trail on first east entrance, in a dead Atlantic white cedar; before first boardwalk on the right
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: New Jersey Osprey Project
Latitude: 39.984364534267
Longitude: -74.1262671496765
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2021 2019 2018

Activity reports

2018 Nest Activity Report by Cattus Island County Park
Adult arrival 04/13/2018 Nestlings
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation 04/13/2018 Nest failure 07/13/2018
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure adult abandonment

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Nesting Diaries

No nest observed.

Nest failed. No new nesting material since the previous year, and the material of the last year has fallen over time. There was a male present in a tree nearby, but there is no reason to believe the nest is being refurbished. Light vocalizations can be heard upon leaving the observational area.

No individuals are seen in or around the area. No individuals are seen perched or soaring in the area either. Nest is not maintained and continues to deteriorate.

One individual makes a four burst call from opposing tree and flies off with a fish. Nest is still sliding from its current position. There is no evidence of use or maintenance.

No individuals are present in the area or heard in the area. The nest is beginning to slide off the dead tree, which leads the observer to believe that there are no longer osprey here that are attempting to nest. No declaration will be made of failure until an additional observation is made.

Male flies in calling after about one minute into the observation. He calls loudly for the duration of the observation. Female is seen very close by in a dead tree. She seems to call as well, almost in response. Alternate male flies in and circles around the nest. Male that is observed in the nest calls and beats wings to ward off the invading individual who concedes after two attempts to land. The intruder is heard calling nearby in the woods upon retreat to observer's vehicle.

Unoccupied with no individuals seen in the area. One individual is noted to be making calls, but sounds a distance away.

Unoccupied with no visible individuals in the area. No calls are heard in the vicinity.

Upon first observation no individuals are seen in the area. One individual is heard but not seen in the immediate vicinity. Secondary observation male returns to the nest with large fish and calls extremely loudly, reminding the observer of a Red-tailed hawks call. Nearby, an alternate individual is noted to seem to respond to the loud male. Male leaves the nest upon approach.

Unoccupied. No visible individuals in the area. Vantage point remains undesirable.

No individuals present in the nest. Vantage point is not optimal



Female is present sitting in the nest.


Male and female both present in the nest. Male flies out and calls out.