Nest #7822

Nickname: 072-B-021
Nest substrate: Utility Pole
Nest Location Description: S.A. Osprey
Nest Cam URL:
Monitoring Groups: New Jersey Osprey Project
Latitude: 40.4869594815003
Longitude: -74.2747902488708
Followers: None

Past Seasons

Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2020

Activity reports

2020 Nest Activity Report by birdspotter83
Adult arrival 04/01/2020 Nestlings 3
Nest Occupied Yes Fledglings 3
Nest Active Yes First chick fledging 08/06/2020
Egg laying Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation Nest failure
Clutch hatching Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

08/09/2020 by birdspotter83
They have all fledged! On Aug 6, I suspected one had fledged because I only noticed 2 little ones and mom at the best. Now today I can confirm all 3 have. They would go out for a little and come back. Dad was also spotted dropping off some food. Did not see mom

08/04/2020 by birdspotter83
Did a quick check after the storm...nest is still there. Pretty sure they little ones are all there but were laying low in the nest. Mom or dad was on a tree next to it

07/31/2020 by birdspotter83
Did a quick check to see how the nest held up after the strong storm that came through in the middle of the night. All were accounted for (mom and dad included). One of the little ones is testing out those wings and getting air time in the nest.

07/30/2020 by birdspotter83
Observed the male dropping off food for the chicks and female. First time in a couple weeks I spotted him since he doesn't stay at the nest long. The chicks look to be 2 females and 1 male.

07/28/2020 by birdspotter83
Observed mom feeding and the chicks grabbing their own food. They are stretching their wings here and there. Also spotted 2 other Osprey get a little too close for the female's liking. (Side note: I spotted 4 other Osprey in the distance flying/hunting together.)

07/12/2020 by birdspotter83
Chicks getting bigger.

06/23/2020 by birdspotter83
3 hatchlings observed for the first time

04/25/2020 by birdspotter83
This pair has been spotted since early April. They made a nest in mid April on a utility pole that has a platform at the top.