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Cynthia 's nests

Substrate: Bridge
Added by Cynthia 12 months ago
Last activity: 12 months ago
Located at highest point of arc of bridge over river.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Camberr 9 months ago
Last activity: 9 months ago
south shore of Bay of Quinte
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by phantom 11 months ago
Last activity: 11 months ago
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by phantom about 1 year ago
Last activity: about 1 year ago
West side of Dufferin Street Trenton. School parking
Substrate: Cell tower
Added by Tiny over 3 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Butler St. East
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Tiny about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 3 years ago
This is part of the Brighton Wastewater system. we have a hydro pole converted to a Osprey nest, this has been going for 4 years this will be the 5th, we have had 5 chick raised to flight, 3 females and 2 males
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Kevinsky almost 4 years ago
Last activity: almost 4 years ago
perimeter of nut grove in Baxter Conservation Area, Kars, Ontario
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by IPBO about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest platform with crank and cable.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by phantom about 5 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by phantom about 5 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 6 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Gnexus almost 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 6 years ago
This nest has been here for a long time, and it's been reported that the pair come back each year to nest at the same location.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Gnexus almost 6 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
These are the Jock River Osprey pair at a park on Steeple Hill Crescent south of Fallowfield Road. A local naturalist group are the ones that erected the 60-foot Osprey nesting pole.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 6 years ago
This is only a platform at this time. No nest built yet.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by IPBO almost 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 6 years ago
Tope of utility pole near Connaught Rifle Range gate house.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom about 6 years ago
Last activity: about 6 years ago
This is a brand new perch. Post was raised first week of April 2015
Substrate: Light Post
Added by phantom over 6 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
Golf course light post
Substrate: Ball Park Light Pole
Added by phantom over 6 years ago
Last activity: over 6 years ago
Nest above light in ball park
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Gosport about 7 years ago
Last activity: about 7 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 7 years ago
Last activity: almost 7 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Dodi almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
We suspect a first year osprey pair built their nest in a live scotch pine tree on our island in 2012. They reared one chick successfully. The nest blew out of the tree over the winter of 2012-2013. Three birds returned and attempted to rebuild unsuccessfully. The tree really is an inadequate base. We think the original pair found a new nest site. The Osgoode Township Fish and Game Club installed a nest platform on a pole beside the tree on April 30, 2013. The lone male (last year's chick?) was still hanging around the tree and within 12 hours he began to deliver sticks to the new nest platform. 30 hours later he was joined by a second osprey, May 1, 2013. June 10, 2013: As you know, just hours after the platform went up, the male bird who was (we suspect) last year's chick, started delivering sticks. The next day he was joined by a female who started arranging the sticks into a nest. This went on sporadically for several weeks and actually is still going on to a lesser extent. We usually see at least one of the birds once a day. They come and eat their fish on the top of the hydro pole near the nest, like the parents taught him to do last year. We have seen him deliver fish to her. But they don't seem to be doing any more work on the nest, or on getting a clutch going. As of the past few weeks we rarely see the female. Although they seem to like the nest and certainly have adopted it as home base, we wonder if they were both last year's chicks and are too young to start a family. The platform looks great and it has a good amount of sticks on it. I'm sure they will weather this next winter and that next spring we will have a much different story to tell.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Light tower for soccer Field
Added by phantom almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by phantom almost 8 years ago
Last activity: almost 8 years ago
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by bqrap about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 8 years ago
This is an established nest on the shores of the Bay of Quinte. We have a live feed video camera on this nest.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by KB almost 9 years ago
Last activity: almost 9 years ago
Substrate: Radar Tower
Added by IPBO about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Tower at radar station.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by IPBO about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Nest platform near building 176.
Substrate: antenna
Added by IPBO about 9 years ago
Last activity: about 9 years ago
Communications Research Council antenna off Rifle Road.