Nest #7155

Nickname: QL Cinco de Mayo
Nest substrate: Dead Tree
Nest Location Description: Across from the marina parking and behind the Queen's Lake Clubhouse
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: Virginia Master Naturalist
Latitude: 37.2963168368336
Longitude: -76.6509092711639
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2018

Activity reports

2018 Nest Activity Report by Cathy110
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
Nest Activity Report by Cathy110
Adult arrival Nestlings 1
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation 04/02/2019 Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

06/29/2019 by Cathy110
Nestling doing well. Photo by Julie Wallace taken on 6/29/19

06/25/2019 by Cathy110
One chick verified in the nest. Female and Male attentive and frequently seen at the nest

06/06/2019 by Cathy110
Female appears to be tending young but can't confirm.

05/18/2019 by Cathy110
Female possibly more upright in the nest Hard to photograph.

05/14/2019 by Cathy110
Female low in nest still. Male attentive.

04/02/2019 by Cathy110
Incubating. Female low in nest. Male bringing food.

05/15/2018 by Cathy110
No activity noted today, although the nest is not close and can't see down into it.

05/05/2018 by Cathy110
Discovered by cohort XII Master Naturalist, Robin Culler, on the 5th of May while watching fighting activity in the air with eagles and osprey. Nearby is Queen's Lake Marina nest #676 that I monitor. Earlier in the season, two osprey were struggling to find a place since their nest from last year was no longer there.