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Nest Location Description:
In Leamington, located in first tall pine 20 ft or so right (if you are facing the house) of the driveway of the house located at 95 Leamington Lane with a metal green roof. It is between the 3rd green and 4th tee in a pine tree.
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Steve J reports: On 1 occasion I saw again what I think is the fledging on the side of the next.
Steve j reports: I have been watching the nest the past few days. I am confident there is 1 baby (at least). I will continue to watch.
Steve J reports: I have been watching nest #7442 and 7531. Actually the same report for both. The parents seem to be very attentive......standing on the side of the nests and or in the tree above/around the nest. I can see a small head peeping above in both nests. NOTE: Based on this report, we will indicate at least 1 nestling. Based on both this and the May 6 report, we will estimate that the eggs hatched about May 6th.
Steve J reports: I checked on Nest 7442 yesterday. There was an adult Osprey in the nest. It kind of looked like the adult was on the side of the nest
Steve J observes: I don’t know if this is meaningful or not but the last 2 days the Osprey on the nest seems to be moving around in the nest more. NOTE: This may indicate the eggs have hatched.
Steve J observes: I checked on Nest #7442 this afternoon. I could see the head of an Osprey on the nest. That is about all I could see.
Steve J reports: This morning I saw both Osprey near the nest. This afternoon I can see the head of an Osprey on the nest. NOTE: Based on Steve's report that he can barely see the head in the nest, we are making the assumption that there is incubation occurring.
Steve J reports: . It is a beautiful large nest. The past 2 days I did not see any activity.
observer Steve J reports: 2 Ospreys were on a limb above the nest. I then noticed one Osprey bring back a branch/twig to the nest...assuming still,building the nest.