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Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by rbierreg almost 6 years ago
Last activity: 8 months ago
MVY56. Tisbury G Pond/Soo & Flips
Substrate: Old brick bridge trestle
Added by arunRVAbirder almost 6 years ago
Last activity: 8 months ago
First observed pair on nest 03-12-13. May have been present since previous week. This pair has successfully nested here through 2018. The seem to be the first to arrive in the area. There is a nest cam here.
Substrate: Old railroad piling
Added by Lauren almost 7 years ago
Last activity: 8 months ago
This nest is in the middle of the James river rapids in Downtown Richmond, just behind the Federal Reserve building.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by obxbarb over 2 years ago
Last activity: over 2 years ago
Off a neighborhood beach
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by olympus over 3 years ago
Last activity: 4 months ago
Nest is in Frenchman Canyon approx. one mile below the dam on the east side of the road. It is on a side branch about 15 feet below the top of a 90 foot dead Jeffery Pine, and on the same ridge line as Nest #1069 which blew down this past winter.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by olympus over 4 years ago
Last activity: 4 months ago
Nest is located between I-80 EB and the Truckee River, accessible from West 4th Street west of Reno, NV. This appears to be a first year nest, on a power pole just above a large transformer.
Substrate: Channel Marker
Added by CaptMikeO almost 6 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
2013: This pair has been the first pair of osprey back on the James between Presquile Island and Osborne Landing. This morning (March 2, while passing the channel marker at 6:40am, I saw an osprey on the marker. 2014: First osprey back on the James in the Jefferson's Reach area again … third year in a row! March 2, 2014 about 7:30am.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by obxbarb over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
One of three nests on a major utility transmission line across the Pamunkey River
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by obxbarb over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
One of three adjacent nests on a major utility transmission line across the Pamunkey River
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by obxbarb over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
One of three nests on a major transmission line across the Pamunkey River
Substrate: Duck Blind
Added by obxbarb over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by obxbarb over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 5 years ago
Pamunkey Nest Gordon Landing
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by CaptMikeO over 5 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Great nest. A tree fell and had a bunch of old vines, which the osprey built on. the vines and branches of the nest have combined into one, or at least visually, so it looks like this 10 foot tall nest, with a huge tree going straight through it at a 4
Substrate: Old brick bridge trestle
Added by arunRVAbirder almost 6 years ago
Last activity: 8 months ago
Below Manchester Bridge close to south end.
Substrate: Dead Tree
Added by TK almost 7 years ago
Last activity: over 2 years ago
Jamestown Yacht Basin
Substrate: Power Line Pole
Added by Skibbereen almost 6 years ago
Last activity: almost 6 years ago
Newer nest observed over the past two years on the cross beams of a large power line and located approximately 1.5 miles north of nest #1569 and at about mile 135.5 of Rte.#95. Could it be offspring of nest #1569?
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by olympus over 6 years ago
Last activity: over 1 year ago
This new nest is approximately 100 yards south of Nest 1067 which was active this season, then abandoned. The new site was being used by the 1067 pair as a perch/feeding tree before 1067 was abandoned, so I suspect that for some unknown reason they left the one nest and started this new one. (See Diary for more.)
Substrate: Live Tree
Added by olympus over 6 years ago
Last activity: 7 months ago
Tall Jeffery pine on edge of Lake Davis, seen from the dam.
Substrate: Osprey Nest Platform
Added by Mike Stinson almost 7 years ago
Last activity: over 3 years ago
Nest on shore of Smith Mountain Lake, on state park land, monitored by state park workers and visitors. Video camera installed at nest in 2012.

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