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Moss Creek South Course #5 hole
Nest Location Description:
This nest is located on the 5th hole at the Moss Creek South Golf Course. It is located in a live pine.
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2020 Nest Activity Report by
First chick fledging
Chicks last observed
Reason for nest failure
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Marge I reports: Nest. No birds
Marge I reports: Nest still there. No birds yet
Based on observations, we are assuming that both fledged, although we can not provide a date other than it was by July 24.
Marge I reports: 7763. I had to go on the South Course. I am confident there were two youngsters sitting in a tree next to the nest NOTE: Based on this, we are assuming that both have fledged.
Marge I reports: Numerous sightings of adults on a regular basis. A golfer did notice one juvenile last week. NOTE: Based on the last 3 reports, we are assuming that there is one youngster who has fledged, although we cannot supply any dates.
Marge I reports: One in nest. Second flying around.
Marge I reports: One Osprey on edge. Flew off. Came back and landed in a tree Fairly confident another is deep in this nest
Marge and Dave I report: One Osprey flew into the nest with a fish. But then flew back out with the fish and perched on a tree. We think a second bird is on eggs. Just not sure
Marge and Dave I report: No birds seen or heard
Marge and Dave I report: No Osprey in nest but heard nearby
Dave and Marge I report: The nest had an Osprey in it and I briefly saw one fly overhead.
Dave and Marge I report: One Osprey sitting in the nest a second one flying nearby. NOTE: Based on reports of the osprey in the nest, we will assume that incubation has started prior to the finding of this new nest.
This new nest was reported this week so we cannot provide date of arrival etc.