All OspreyWatch Nests

7171 Nests Reported
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by SMF 9 days ago
Last activity: 4 days ago
At the corner of Onset Ave and South Water st.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by BP 6 days ago
Last activity: 6 days ago
Located in marsh at end of Bayside Rd East shore of the oyster river
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by BP 6 days ago
Last activity: 6 days ago
Located in the marsh at end of Barton Ave West shore of oyster river
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Ben Wurst about 7 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
Gravens near 34.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Ben Wurst over 5 years ago
Last activity: 6 days ago
Home to LBI's Most Famous Ospreys: Jack & Wendy.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by francie almost 5 years ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
This is a huge nest and I thought I had already added it. We've been watching it for a few years now.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by francie 8 days ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by francie 8 days ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
Substrate: Mast of dry docked boat
Added by revamy about 7 years ago
Last activity: about 7 years ago
This nest is no longer here. The ship restaurant, itself, was torn down this year. 2020
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Delaware Osprey Watch about 4 years ago
Last activity: 8 days ago
Near Seaford Post Office
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by Jean about 5 years ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
New nest location! as of March 32.1582, -80.7435 in St Johns Place, Shipyard - its on private property so close observation will be hard 2/28/2020 When I first spotted the pair 2 weeks ago I assumed they would begin a rebuild of their badly damaged nest - this has not occurred - I see at least one of the pair still in the neighborhood but I cannot find their new next if there is one - pretty sad about this - I'm not sure where they are - last time their nest was destroyed they rebuild across the street - I'll keep searching FOUND THEM!! 3/19 the pair has build a new nest - in St Johns Place approx 1500' from the old nest that was blow down last fall
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by CarolC 10 days ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
The nest is located at the top of a water tower by 131 Timberlane in Moss Creek, a residential community just off Hilton Head Island.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by Rivergirl almost 6 years ago
Last activity: 3 days ago
This is a tree at the edgeof/or in the James River, in First Colony on the James. The site is at the James River, 178 The Maine. I have seen this nest for 5-8 years. It was devastated with wind about a year and a half ago.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by lost_bird 10 days ago
Last activity: 10 days ago
Osprey nest on utility pole at the corner of the Stockton Short Cut and Little Harbor Rd. It is on the edge of the Old Red Farm property right across the street from the golf course.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by francie 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by MikeHeron 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
Nest on platform in the marsh at The Widows Cove (Bass Creek). Nest can be seen from Sacred Heart parking lot.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by MikeHeron 11 days ago
Last activity: 11 days ago
Nest is near Great Neck Rd, close to the old buildings, nearly above the entrance to the Fern Loop trail. The nest sits in a white pine that is snapped in half.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by francie 13 days ago
Last activity: 13 days ago
This nest sits behind Millers Auto Upholstery and we believe it may be the pair that used to be near the Soroptimist Park nest that was blown down. Their nest was successful here last summer, 2019, with 2 chicks.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by francie about 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 4 years ago
This nest was blown down before last years osprey season, 2919, and was not rebuilt.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Reese 14 days ago
Last activity: 14 days ago
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge southwest of Visitor Center Installed February 2020 by volunteers from BBNWR Society
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Reese 14 days ago
Last activity: 14 days ago
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge - Directly west of Visitor Center Installed by volunteers from Back Bay NWR Society in February 2020
Substrate: Light pole at little league feild
Added by LAU 14 days ago
Last activity: 14 days ago
Located on a light pole at wareham ma. Little league field.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by LauraLOVESbirds 14 days ago
Last activity: 14 days ago
A tall pine tree at water's edge of north section of Bayville Golf Club - just south of Shore Drive. Visible across the water from north west area of Pleasure House Point Natural Area
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by roxymach 12 months ago
Last activity: 18 days ago
sitting on a wood utility pole in a tennis/pickle ball court.
Substrate: Cell tower
Added by roxymach 18 days ago
Last activity: 18 days ago
Red and white metal tower above tunnel building on Peninsula side of bridge. Seen from Ft. Monroe
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by MikeO 22 days ago
Last activity: 12 days ago
Nest in Bald Cypress Tree at entrance to creek at Uncles Neck peninsula. Surrounded by water (Chickahominy River)
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by nzedr about 8 years ago
Last activity: 5 days ago
THIS NEST IS BEING MONITORED BY ANOTHER MASTER NATURALIST IN 2013. SEE 2013 information below 2012 log. The nest is situated on a newly erected platform at Queens Lake Marina, in Queens Lake, York County, VA. Osprey returned to the area 2-24-2012.
Substrate: USCG Channel DayMark
Added by Ben Wurst about 7 years ago
Last activity: 10 months ago
Raritan River Light #32 ATON Tower structure. Feb. 2020 - the nest that was on the tower in 2019 has been completely removed - not a stick is left.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by LAU 23 days ago
Last activity: 5 days ago
Sandwich Rd. Wareham Ma. Between the golf driving range and Nessrallas Farms
Substrate: Transmission tower
Added by Raritan Riverkeeper over 3 years ago
Last activity: over 1 year ago
March 2017 - This nest no longer exists. The tower is clean of any nesting material. Numerous observations in 2017, 2018, and now many observations in March 2020 still show this nest does not exist, and has not existed for at least the past four years. It should be removed from the database.