All OspreyWatch Nests

7095 Nests Reported
Substrate: Dock Roof
Added by Tim over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Substrate: Rock Cliff
Added by Diana over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Difficult to see due to height - usually can only see fresh 'white wash' on rock face. Appears to have been used for about past 10+ years
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Diana over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Several Nests on several platforms. Used by birds for past 3+ years
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by frayhouse over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
3/10/2012 Observed the beginnings of a new nest in dead pine. One mature Osprey was observed delivering new branches/twigs to the nest, and two mature Osprey were observed on perches just below the nest less than an hour later. This site is very close to a previous nest site that was lost during a hurricane in 2011.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by DuckDave over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
Smaller nest on a Topped off Douglas Fir snag
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by DuckDave over 7 years ago
Last activity: almost 7 years ago
Very large new nest in Redwood tree.
Substrate: Cell Tower
Added by Skywatcher221 over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Large nest on top of cell tower cage.
Substrate: Tower Structure (cell?)
Added by frayhouse over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
This tower site has been used for at least two years. Today we observed one osprey making multiple trips to what remains of last year's nest with restoration branches.
Substrate: hydro platform
Added by alan over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 7 years ago
Substrate: radio tower
Added by alan over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by alan over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Substrate: Channel Marker
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 6 years ago
Substrate: Channel Marker
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 6 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Substrate: Utility pole
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Rock
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Cell Tower
Added by Jazzel over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Substrate: Channel Marker
Added by David over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Nest on top of lighthouse
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Chickadee over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
Each year the ospreys shift the telephone pole they nest on. Last year they tried to build a nest immediately across the road from my driveway right beside the substation driveway but the hydro guys took it down because it was a functioning hydro pole.
Substrate: Sports Field Light Pole
Added by Foxylady over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
this nest is located on a high light pole in the centre of a sports field park (soccer, football, etc). The nest has been there for several years and is active every year. Usually, 2-3 fledglings survive each year. The park is very busy during the spring, summer and fall but this does not seem to deter the Osprey family.