Nest #7769

Nickname: Nobska Point
Nest substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Nest Location Description: Formerly a duplicate of the rock nest #7731 on the South side of Cedar Island. Moving to a point further south to reuse for a Nobska Point nest. Please use #7731 to report on the Cedar Island nest going forward.
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: Mass Audubon-South Coast
Latitude: 41.7289473660899
Longitude: -70.7231852590427
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2020

Activity reports

2020 Nest Activity Report by Kevin
Adult arrival 03/28/2020 Nestlings
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation 04/15/2020 Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure
Nest Activity Report by Amy
Adult arrival 03/27/2021 Nestlings
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings
Nest Active   First chick fledging
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

04/09/2021 by lost_bird
FYI this was formerly a duplicate of the rock nest #7731 on the South side of Cedar Island. Moving to a point further south to reuse for a Nobska Point nest. Please use #7731 to report on the Cedar Island rock nest going forward. Thank you.

03/27/2021 by Amy
Both female and male arrived on 3/27/21

04/18/2020 by LAU
That nest location is awesome.

04/18/2020 by Kevin
04/01-04/12 Catching fish working on the nest and mating activity. 04/13 Survived a huge storm nest intact 60+ mph wind out of the south and rain. Both birds rode it out in the nest. 04/15 Looks like nesting has begun one bird sitting in the nest at all times with the other one close by. Noticeable more food fish being caught.

04/02/2020 by Kevin
Osprey return to this spot every year at least 10 yrs now.

03/28/2020 by Kevin
3/28 first sighting one bird only another spotted the following day. 03/29 rebuilding last years nest and eating. 4/01 Looked like some other ospreys had their eye On this spot all we’re diving about in the end just two remain