Nest #7455

Nickname: 12th Tee Box Wexford
Nest substrate: Live Tree
Nest Location Description: Nest is located next to the men's tee box on the 12th tee box at the Wexford golf course. There really is not a road or house address that it can be located by.
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: LowCountry Institute
Latitude: 32.1685027822614
Longitude: -80.7565219021301
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2019

Activity reports

2019 Nest Activity Report by CarolC
Adult arrival Nestlings 1
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings 1
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging 06/29/2019
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation Nest failure
Clutch hatching 04/20/2019 Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

06/29/2019 by CarolC
Brady H reports: Still have only been able to identify one young. Flying and I expect it to be gone any time now.

05/30/2019 by CarolC
Brady H reports: Nest 7455: Nest is still active and I know there are chicks. However, I still have not been able to establish how many just yet. I believe they are behind in development due to the fact they had a late start to incubation due to their nest being taken by the Great Horn Owl. Therefore, the chicks aren't large enough to be seen over the edge of the nest just yet.

04/24/2019 by CarolC
Brady H reports: Nest has young Osprey. Again due to nest location can not tell the number of young at this time or be sure of the time eggs hatched. NOTE: Based on this observation, we will "guess" that hatching took place about 4/20, but that is just a guess.

03/20/2019 by CarolC
Brady H. found this nest on 3/20/2019. new Osprey nest in Wexford Plantation. They are just finishing it up and does not seem to have laid eggs yet. But have I seen both Osprey at the nest and working on it. Interesting thing is the nest is only about 150-200 yards as the crow flies (Osprey flies-LOL) from the Great Horn Owl's nest in Wexford Plantation. I suppose it is fair to surmise that they could be the Osprey that had their nest taken over by the Owls, if in fact, the Osprey nest was an active nest!