Nest #7473

Nickname: 85 Folly Field
Nest substrate: Live Tree
Nest Location Description: This nest is easily visible across from 85 Folly Field Road. It is just behind what looks to be an old ball court of some type with a wall. Note: The observers have named this pair Ozzie and Harriet.
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: LowCountry Institute
Latitude: 32.2069878962247
Longitude: -80.6869346714478
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 08/06/2019
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation 05/03/2019 Nest failure
Clutch hatching 06/15/2019 Reason for nest failure
Nest Activity Report by CarolC
Adult arrival 03/02/2020 Nestlings 2
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings 2
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed 07/03/2020
Incubation initiation 03/27/2020 Nest failure
Clutch hatching 05/07/2020 Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

by CarolC

07/06/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: I believe this may be one of our chicks watching us grill. Nest is close by & it’s fussing! Probably wants some of our burgers & brats!

07/04/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Today the last chick was gone!

07/03/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: The past few days I have seen one of the chicks on one side or the other of the nest. Not in it, but on a branch next to it. Each time, it is fussing like crazy. Not sure, but appears this one chick has yet to fly away. I will try to check daily now in hopes that there is not a problem.

06/21/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: This week I have observed some exercising of wings & today, Sunday I saw mom & both chicks standing on the edge of nest. Waited & watched for a bit but they didn’t leave. I guess there’s a possibility that they have left & returned?? I’ll continue to watch, sure would like to witness their first flyaway!

06/10/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Observation for the past week has shown 2 chicks several times, the latest being yesterday. I observed Harriet on the limb next to nest & both chicks were exercising their wings in the nest. Won’t be long now!

05/30/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Finally saw the chicks! They are bigger than I thought too. I saw Harriet on the nest and a chick was on either side of her. It was about noon on Sat May 30. I think they all were hungry as there was a lot of fussing going on!

05/23/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Saturday, 5/23 early afternoon, female Harriet appeared to be feeding someone in nest. I did not see chick, but sure it’s there!

05/18/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 6:30 a.m. Male in main perch tree. Female on nest. 5 p.m. Watched male bring fish to female at nest. After some vocalizing and interacting, the male flew away. Confirmed, there is a chick!! Female is feeding a chick, which can just barely be seen reaching its tiny grey head up as Mom is feeding it. NOTE: Based on the last few observations, we are listing tentative hatching as May 7th. That would be about right if the estimated start of incubation is about right. The last few reports probably were examples of Mom tending/feeding a chick that was not visible until May 18th. While 1 chick is listed, we will update that if it becomes apparent that there is another.

05/15/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 11:30 a.m. Male in main perch tree. Female on edge of nest, possibly shading a chick?

05/13/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: : 8:30 a.m. Female trimming sticks and preening, standing on edge of nest. Still can’t actually see a chick. 3:10 p.m. no action

05/11/2020 by CarolC
Lynn R reports: 8 a.m. Female in nest, looks like she is feeding or tending a chick. Male in main perch tree. Still can’t actually see a chick.

05/09/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 6:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. no activity

05/08/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H. reports:6:30 a.m. no action. 10:30 a.m. Female moving around in the nest, keeps looking down. Possibly tending chicks. Male is in the southwest perch trees. 4 p.m., Female seems to be tearing up something in the nest, probably a fish, and possibly feeding a chick. Male in the main perch tree.

05/07/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 7, 2020: 8 a.m. Male in perch tree. Female in nest on its side, reaching down in. Could be feeding small chick; but chick can’t be seen,

05/06/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: No evidence of hatching yet, although Ozzie and Harriet are determinedly incubating still.

04/24/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 24: 8 a.m. Female in southwest perch tree, male calling from nest, but can’t see him in there. Incubation continues.

04/23/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 23: 7:00 a.m. Female on main perch tree. Can’t see male but he is probably down in nest. She took off and is flying off northward.

04/22/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 22: 2:40 p.m. Adult on nest.

04/20/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 20: 8:30 a.m. Female in perch tree preening, male in nest. Then he flew to the perch tree. She stretched, pooped, then went back to the nest and disappeared into it. The both look a little bedraggled, probably pretty wet after the overnight storms,

04/19/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H observes: April 19: 12:40 p.m. Adult on nest – thunderstorms coming.

04/18/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H observes: April 18: 3:30 p.m. Adult on nest, another seen flying nearby.

04/17/2020 by CarolC
Lynn reports: April 17: 7:30 a.m. No adult visible. 1:00 p.m. Female perched by nest, grooming and calling intermittently as she usually does in the presence of the male. He finally twitched enough of his tail so that I knew he was down in the nest.

04/17/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: The female is hollering her head off between preenings, and I finally saw enough of a tail flick in the nest to realize the male is down in there.

04/15/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 15: 7:30 & 9:30 am. No adult visible

04/14/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 14: 8 a.m. no adult visible 3:30 p.m. Cannot see female, assume she is in the nest. Male is again in the southwest perch tree, eating a largish fish. This time it looks like some kind of jack, based on the tail shape and spines along the lateral sides of the tail. He is calling, but no response the female.

04/13/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 13: 11 a.m. Nest still there after ferocious storm, adult incubating. 6:30 p.m. Female on nest, calling noisily. She usually does that in the presence of the male, so looked all around for him. Finally spotted in the southwest perch trees, eating a large fish nearly as long as he is. He is “ignoring” the begging female. If she keeps calling, he may relent later; but, for now, he is eating. The fish looks like a sheepshead porgy, by shape and thick blackish bands on a very light background (although I wasn’t close enough to be sure).

04/12/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 12: 7 a.m. male in perch tree 10 a.m. no adults visible

04/11/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 11: 9 a.m. Male in perch tree, female in nest. 5:20 p.m. Male in perch tree, female in nest. A few minutes later, male flew to nest. Some vocalization, then she flew across the road to another tree. The male settled down into the nest. So, Ozzie is on duty for a while. Note: If incubation began, as expected,

04/10/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 10: 7 a.m. Adult on nest, can’t tell which.

04/09/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 9: 7:00 a.m. Adult on nest 7 p.m. Female in perch tree, preening. Male on nest

04/08/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 8: 8:00 a.m. adult in nest 6:30 p.m. Female on the nest, then hopped out onto a nearby branch. She shot out a big poop, then hopped back into the nest! Very tidy is our Harriet.

04/07/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 7: 7:00 a.m. no adult visible. 11:30 a.m. adult in nest, moving around 7:00 p.m. adult in nest

04/06/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 6: 7:30 a.m. female in nest, head up, calling 10:30 a.m. One calling somewhere, one soaring high 00 neither in nest, but female is probably down in it. 11 a.m. Male brought a fish, then the female flew with it to the sw perch trees. The male settled into the nest, occasionally calling. After finishing the fish, female flew back to the main perch tree (nearer the nest), giving occasional soft calls, cleaning her beak on the tree branch, then preening. Male still in the nest.

04/05/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 4: 8:20 a.m. adult on nest. 11:30 a.m. none visible April 5: 8:20 a.m. none visible, 9:30 a.m. osprey heard calling

04/03/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: While no osprey were seen yesterday, today April 3: 8 a.m an adult head visible in nest. 11 a.m. male in main perch tree, can’t see a bird on the nest.

04/01/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: April 1: 9:30 a.m. Female in perch tree grooming. Male not visible. Oh, there he is, down in the nest. I can just see a couple of tail feathers twitching. (This nest is too deep to see birds on the nest unless they move around or stick their heads up.)

03/31/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 31: 5 p.m. Adult on nest, but can’t tell which it is.

03/30/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 30: 7:50 a.m. Female perched next to nest. Male not visible. Female called a couple of times as another adult was seen flying high over. Don’t know if it was “her” male.

03/29/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 29: 3 p.m. Male left nest, and female hopped in. Can only just see the top of her head.

03/28/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 28: 7:35 a.m. Female in perch tree, then hopped over by the nest (as 3 crows approached). Then she moved into the nest, where she really can’t be seen except for an occasional shadow of movement. 3:20 p.m. adult on nest, no activity, apparently incubating.

03/27/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 27: 1 p.m. Male in main perch tree, calling. Then flew off. Female in nest hunkered down so only a few tail feathers can be seen. Maybe incubating? 1:40 p.m. an adult is in the nest moving around (can’t tell which adult)

03/26/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 26: 9 a.m. & 3 p.m. no ospreys visible

03/24/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 24: 7:45 a.m. female perched next to 11:45 a.m. no ospreys visible 3:15 p.m. female in nest arranging sticks, moving around but not settling as she probably were if incubating.

03/23/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 23: 1 p.m. Male on nest, but not hunkered down. 1:06 flew away. 5:30 p.m. Female in main perch tree, no sign of male

03/22/2020 by CarolC
Linda S. reports: an adult is in the nest. She could barely see a head. 9:30 a.m. Female in main perch tree; male not visible. 4:00 p.m. An adult in a perch tree about 50 or so yards north of nest. 4:30 p.m. Female in main perch tree

03/21/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 21: 9:19 a.m. Female in main perch tree, male seen flying nearby. 4:30 p.m. Male flew in to secondary perch trees with a large flapping fish. Female perched near nest, hollering loudly. A third adult was seen flying nearby.

03/20/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 20: 7:23 a.m. Female in perch tree near nest, no sign of male.

03/17/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 17: 1:17 p.m. Start of my walk, female in main perch tree, male not visible. End of my walk, about 20 min. later, adult seen flying away from the area of the nest, probably same bird. A minute later, female brought a stick to the nest. Then she flew away, then returned with an even bigger stick. Then the male flew in. What a commotion! Then the male left and the female quit hollering.

03/16/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 16: 11:00 a.m. Female on perch right next to nest. Male in nest, arranging sticks, then flew away. Male returned in a couple minutes with a big wad of Spanish moss and dropped it into the nest.

03/15/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 15: 1:15 p.m Female in main perch tree, feeding.

03/14/2020 by CarolC
Linda S reports: I have seen one sitting on limb near nest, but no one on or in the nest.

03/13/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 13: 2:30 p.m. Female in closest perch tree, feeding on a fish. Male not seen.

03/12/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 12: noon. One Osprey flew over the Fiddler’s lagoon (not sure if it was one of the pair at the nest tree). I walked over to the nest where the Female was in the secondary perch trees. The male flew past her twice then headed toward Islander Beach Park. Neither is sitting on the nest yet. 15 minutes later, female still in sw perch trees, no longer feeding or calling. Male not visible. March 12: 4:40 p.m. Female in closest perch tree; male was down in the next but then flew up and away.

03/11/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 11: 9:30 a.m. 1 adult in perch tree; can’t see the other. March 11: 4:00 p.m. Male down in the nest, seen as he hopped to the rim and flew off. He swooped twice near the secondary perch trees (sw of the next maybe 100 yards) where the noisy female was perched. He then flew to the primary perch tree, so neither is on the next. Female appears to be feeding on a fish.

03/08/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 8: 6 p.m. Female perched next to the nest, “begging” (more like a shriek!) like she usually does in the presence of the male; but he is not visible. Is he out of sight of me where she can see him? Or is he down in the nest?

03/07/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: March 6: Male seen in perch tree, heard a 2nd osprey

03/06/2020 by CarolC
Lyn H reports: March 6: Male seen in perch tree, heard a 2nd osprey

03/02/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: A male and female are roosting near the nest tonight.

02/25/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: Twice this week I have seen an Osprey in the nearest perch tree to the nest. Back to me but I think it was a male.

02/19/2020 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: Still no action seen around the nest. However, the osprey that poops on my deck is obviously back, although I haven’t seen him!

08/14/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports for Lynn H: The juvenile continues to return and sit near/in the nest.

08/09/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports for Lynn H:Saw no one in nest for 2 days & then yesterday I didn’t see anyone in nest but heard a lot of talking & screeching! Found chick & adult on branch close by with a HUGE fish draped over the branch between them. Sounds like he still wants to be taken care of, but we now know the nest is empty.

08/01/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Just an update. The chick has been on the nest edge exercising the wings for about a week now, but doesn't seem to have left the nest yet! The mom continues to rest on the edge of the nest or on the limb in a nearby tree.

07/19/2019 by CarolC
Linda S subbing for Lynn H reports: Today I saw the chick perched on the side of the nest, very close to Mom’s wing,and mom was very very vocal! Although I thought the chick was going to be pushed off the nest, it held firm.

07/10/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports: I have only seen one chick, but noticed yesterday an “eye stripe” beginning to form. Don’t know if that helps to determine age, but wanted to pass that along. Yesterday mom was on side of nest w/ a fish, I’m sure sharing! I have also seen on two occasions an adult bring a big limb to the nest. Making repairs??

07/03/2019 by CarolC
NOTE: Based on these last three observations, we are assuming that hatching occurred about mid-June. The date of the 15th is simply a guess.

07/02/2019 by CarolC
Linda S (subbing for Lynn H) reports: Twice last week I thought I saw movement in the nest and some cheeping when dad brought home a fish dinner, but today I finally saw a head pop up and I think mom was feeding the chick. Only one was visible, but could possibly be another deep in nest. I’m really excited now!

06/24/2019 by CarolC
Linda S. (subbing for Lynn H) Reports: All last week, one or both adults were perched on side of nest and there seemed to be a lot of peering down into the nest. Today the female was on the edge of nest with one wing spread over the nest . Sure wish I could see what’s going on deep in that nest! NOTE: Based on this observation, we are assuming that there is at least one nestling. This is indicated by the female's behavior described as shading the nest.

06/17/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports: Numerous times last week, June 9-15 I observed same behavior. The male was usually on nearby branch, a couple of times not, so I’m thinking maybe out fishing. The female was in nest every time with tail feathers sticking straight up as if doing something deep in the nest. This morning, June 17 about 10:30am I found the male on the nearby branch but it clearly was the female sitting in the nest as I could see her head.

06/09/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H observes: June 6: 8 a.m., 3 p.m. no activity June 7: 8 a.m. saw female fly into nest and disappear June 8: 7:15 a.m., 2 p.m. & 6:15 p.m.: Female in nest, male I 2nd west perch tree June 9: 7:15, noon, 5 pm, Female in nest, male in west perch tree. Note that every time I have gone by for 2 days, the female has been on the nest and the male nearby. However, I’ve not seen any bringing of food to the nest, so don’t think there are chicks yet.

06/05/2019 by CarolC
Lynn notes: June 5: 7:40 a.m. female on nest, head up and calling but male not in sight. Noon Male on nest, female on west perch tree preening. 7:30 p.m. female now on south perch tree. Seems like more than usual movement in the nest (head up and down) but maybe just wishful thinking on my part.

06/04/2019 by CarolC
Lynn observes: June 4: 7 a.m. & 10 a.m. no one visible. 5 p.m. – female calling and preening in west perch tree. Some movement down in nest indicates male is in there.

06/03/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: June 3: 7 a.m. adult on nest, 3:30 p.m. No one visible. 6:45 p.m. Female standing on nest, calling. Male preening on west perch tree. In a few minutes, she settled down into the nest and disappeared 7:15 p.m. no one visible.

06/02/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H: June 1: 6:12 a.m. female on nest, calling flew away, then came back in a couple minutes. 6:30 saw male fly into Islanders Beach Park with big fish still flapping around in his beak. June 2: 7:15 a.m. male in west perch tree preening. No one visible in nest.

05/31/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 29: 5:10 p.m. no one visible May 30: 5:30 p.m. adult ON May 31: 8 a.m. – no one visible. 7 p.m. adult on nest calling persistently, male in south perch tree eating a big fish.

05/27/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 27: 6:15 a.m. from my deck hear osprey squawking – but by the time I got there, no one visible. 7:10 p.m. As I approached couldn’t see any adults. But as I watched, the male in the nest stretched his wings then flew to the south perch trees. In about 5 sec, the female arrived, lit on branch near nest, then hopped in, hunkered down and completely disappeared.

05/26/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 25: 8 a.m. no one visible 11 a.m. adult ON (on nest) May 26: 7 a.m. no one visible 1:30 p.m. adult ON, 7 p.m. no one visible

05/24/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 24: 8 a.m. female preening on branch, 2 trees left of nest. Presumed male barely visible in the nest. 3:30 p.m., male on branch to left. Can’t see anyone in nest.

05/23/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 6:45 a.m. female in west perch tree, male on nest. 7 pm --- 1 adult on next, 2nd adult (the male I assume) flew in with a fish. Both birds vocalizing. Then the female flew off with the fish, to the south perch tree and began to eat. I think if they had chicks, she’d have been feeding them in the nest

05/22/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 22: 7:15 a.m. ON (on nest), can just barely see a white head through the next branches.

05/21/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 21: (LH again) 3:30 p.m. female (I think) on nest, calling to male flying over,. Then she settled down into the nest and became invisible again.

05/18/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports: May 17: (LS) 10:00 a.m., 3 p.m. – nothing May 18: (LS) 4:15 p.m. – still nothing

05/16/2019 by CarolC
Linda S reports: May 15: (LS) 10:15 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. – no osprey visible at or near nest. May 16: (LS) 10:45 a.m., 6 p.m. – no one visible

05/11/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 11: 7:14 a.m. saw movement down in the nest, but just barely

05/09/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 9: 7 a.m. Female is in south perch trees. Cannot see any bird in the nest. 7:10 She flew to the perch tree near the nest and began calling. A male responded and did a fly-by; but, alas, neither is on the nest. Then she flew off north in the same direction as the male. 9:30 drove back by the nest, and was able to make out a couple of tail feathers sticking out, so one osprey was sitting on the nest. 4:30 – cannot see any bird on the nest

05/07/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 7: 7:30 a.m. couldn’t see any on nest; 10:40 a.m. – saw a tail sticking out, so one is on the nest. Second osprey in nearby west perch tree.

05/06/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H observes: May 5: 7:30 a.m. & 3:15 p.m., one osprey on nest May 6: 10 a.m. adult in nest, barely visible when hunkered down

05/04/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports:May 4: 7:30 a.m. one on nest, then saw female flying over Islanders Beach Park. 7:40, saw 2 males: one with fish nearly as long as he was (?mackeral?). The 2 males were flying in over the ocean. 8:15 Later in my walk, the male still with his mackeral was flying from the next to the south perch trees. Female on nest. 2:20 p.m. female perched west of nest, another bird in the nest assumedly the male.

05/03/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: May 3: 4:40 p.m., female on nest 6:15 p.m. (LS = Linda Swinson observing): one parent on nest, other on branch near nest. After about 5-10 mins, osprey left nest and flew away. In minutes, the osprey on the branch moved into the nest.

05/03/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 11:15 a.m. – one on nest, 2nd flying from nest just as I arrived. Possibly, they are incubating. NOTE: Recorded 5/3 as date of first sign of incubation. We will adjust if this is not accurate.

05/02/2019 by CarolC
Lynd's observations: 9 a.m. – no sign 5:15 p.m. – male and female in nest together 5:35 p.m. – only one visible in nest, couldn’t tell which

05/01/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H observes: 8:30 a.m. – Pair perched together, 2 trees west of the nest

04/30/2019 by CarolC
Lynn update: 7:30 a.m. – no sign, 4:00 p.m. – no sign

04/29/2019 by CarolC
Lynn reports: 7:45 a.m. heard one osprey calling high somewhere but none by nest or perch trees.

04/24/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: : 7:40-8:10 a.m. -- female sitting on branch directly above nest. She is fluffy looking between the legs, perhaps a brood pouch? 10:45: biking by, noticed female still (or again) on branch above nest.

04/23/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: 7:30 a.m. -- female sitting on primary perch tree just west of nest.

04/21/2019 by CarolC
interesting observation by Lynn: : interesting sequence. 2:10 p.m. a male was in a tree across Fiddler’s Cove from my condo, eating a big fish. 2:15 p.m. I headed out for a walk, no sign of any ospreys near nest. 2:30: ran into a neighbor down at Islanders Beach Park who had just seen 2 ospreys interacting at the nest (she thought maybe mating). 2:40 When I got back to the nest, 2 ospreys were sitting in the south perch trees, side-by-side. The female was vocalizing “at” the other (I think male, though couldn’t see their breasts very well). The male was just looking at her from about a foot away, while standing on one leg! 2:50 Got home and saw a male osprey still across the lagoon, working on that fish. The plot thickens: we have 2 males and a female in the area.

04/19/2019 by CarolC
Lynn observed: no activity at nest; female on perch tree just west of nest.

04/18/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: no activity at nest. A male perched in the south perch trees eating a VERY large flatfish. Female in the next tree calling loudly. (Can’t help thinking she was asking for a bite.)

04/17/2019 by CarolC
Lynn observes: no activity at nest; On the nearby site that we have not decided yet if it is an active nest: a male and a female perched on Islanders Beach Park cell tower. The random branches on the tower seem to have been shifted, but still nothing looks like a nest.

04/14/2019 by CarolC
Lynn reports: female in secondary perch trees about 100 yards south of nest.

04/12/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H reports: Osprey seen working on nest.

04/09/2019 by CarolC
Lynn reports: The female was on the nest, flew off, came back with a stick and was busy arranging it when I left.

04/03/2019 by CarolC
observer Lynn H reports: I went by today, and there was an osprey with fish one tree over from the nest. No activity actually at the nest though. Since the back was toward me, I couldn't tell if it was male or female.

03/31/2019 by CarolC
Lynn H. reported seeing an osprey at this nest site on March 31. The nest appears to be newly "refurbished" by some osprey.