All OspreyWatch Nests

7523 Nests Reported
Substrate: Power Line Tower
Added by Chris about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest is located near the top of a power line transmission tower located on the shorline of John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Substrate: Power Line Tower
Added by Chris about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest is located in the top of a power line transmission tower located on the shoreline of John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Substrate: Power Line Tower
Added by Chris about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest is located on the lower portion of a power line transmission tower on the shoreline of John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Substrate: Cell Phone Tower
Added by missysmith about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
This has been an active nest for 3-4 years.
Substrate: rock pinnacle
Added by BW about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest on a flat topped rock pinnacle next to the Yellowstone River, has been used for many years.
Substrate: rock pinnacle
Added by BW about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest on top of a tall rock pinnacle, has been there for many years. Next to the Yellowstone River.
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by BW about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Top of tree, been there for many years.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Amber K about 9 years ago
Last activity: almost 9 years ago
Nest sits quite close to a recreational trail, and is fairly close to the shore of Utah Lake.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Amber K about 9 years ago
Last activity: over 7 years ago
This nest is located in the Provo Water Reclamation Plant in East Bay. There are several ponds located in the neighborhood that the osprey love to go catch carp in.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by aMontanaView about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest in the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge near Stevensville, MT.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by aMontanaView about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Platform constructed next to a big power pole. It is in a farm/ranch area about 1 mile west of the Bitterroot River. It has been occupied by a pair for the last couple of years. They have produced chicks each year - not sure how many.
Substrate:
Added by MTbirder about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Substrate: Cell Tower
Added by zip about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest on cell tower platform. Near Walter Hill Dam on the East Fork of the Stones River. Murfreesboro, TN. 2 Birds present.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by Qtpeek about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Hinton creek off Chesapeake watch dock. Arrived back march 20
Substrate: Rock
Added by Bernardo Alps about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Substrate: Dirt
Added by Bernardo Alps about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
A new nest in 2012.
Substrate: Rock
Added by Bernardo Alps about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Very close to path, birds are often disturbed.
Substrate: Rock
Added by Bernardo Alps about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Two nests side by side. Has been occupied at least since 1998.
Substrate: Ballfield lights
Added by canuck about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Substrate: Light Pole
Added by johann00 about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 6 years ago
This nest is torn down each year. The Osprey pair come and rebuild every year. The light pole is the kind the use to light up a sports field. Has 4 light going across, the pair have been flying around the last 2 weeks started to put sticks, they are procrastinators. I have watched them the last 5 years. I hope they rebuild will update, also if the build their nest elsewhere nearby.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Jazzel about 9 years ago
Last activity: over 4 years ago
Substrate: Power Line Pole
Added by Chris about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest is Located on a Power Line Pole near the Island Creek Pumping Station Dike alongside road. Also near Island Creek Recration Area located at John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Alice about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Newly re-built nest on restored platform near Sequoyah Hills Park and off Looney Island in Lake Loudon. Original nest and eggs destroyed April 2011 by storms.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by ssomershoe about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Adults seen mating on nest on platform about 1pm on 27 Mar 12
Substrate: Light pole
Added by ssomershoe about 9 years ago
Last activity: over 8 years ago
Adults seen on nest, 27 Mar 12
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by seahawk! about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by frayhouse about 9 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Ogirl about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 8 years ago
This pair comes every March and rebuilds their nest and puts on quite a show for us. The nest is complete. I can't tell at this point if there are any eggs, but the female appears to be a stay at home mom! We are glad to have George & Martha with us for the next six months on Monroe Bay.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Lorelei about 9 years ago
Last activity: over 8 years ago
Man made platform
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Chris about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest is located on a Osprey Nesting Platform put up by Dominion Power. Right next to VA State Rd. 825 near the Island Creek Pumping Station and Recreation Area on John H. Kerr Reservoir.