Westwindschild

Westwindschild

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Westwindschild's nests

Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Westwindschild over 3 years ago
Last activity: over 2 years ago
Large stick nest atop a utility pole in the rail yard between the Susquehanna River and US Rt. 230. 12th pole north of existing osprey nest, active for last several years, 2nd south from overpass at northern end of "no man's land" area between Highspire and Steelton.
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Westwindschild over 4 years ago
Last activity: over 4 years ago
On top of a utility pole at entrance to Hempt Bros. Quarry, in Steelton, PA, along Rt. PA 230, Northbound side of roadway, close to railroad tracks, about 1 km from another osprey nest. GPS 40.222096, -76.823876
Substrate: Electrical pole
Added by Westwindschild over 7 years ago
Last activity: over 2 years ago
Metal pole carrying electrical wires above a railroad, about one mile north of the PA Turnpike bridge on Rt. 230 between Steelton and Highspire, PA
Substrate: Utility Pole
Added by Westwindschild over 4 years ago
Last activity: over 4 years ago
Stick nest on power line tower in Susquehanna River, at Falmouth Boat Access. Brand new nest - replacement for nest at York Haven Power Plant, which was taken over by a pair of peregrine falcons.
Substrate: metal framework, orig purpose unknown.
Added by Westwindschild about 8 years ago
Last activity: over 4 years ago
Large stick nest (at least 4' wide by about 1' deep) over water on unused metal framework structure, original purpose unknown, at hydroelectric dam in York Haven, PA, first observed mid March, female was already sitting nest.
Substrate: High Voltage Transmission Tower
Added by Westwindschild about 8 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Large stick nest at top of tower. First observed March 31. Apparent nest failure observed in mid-May after major storm activity dislodged nest from structure.
Substrate: steel frame tower at hydro power plant
Added by Westwindschild about 8 years ago
Last activity: about 5 years ago
Large stick nest, estimated at 4' wide by 1' deep. Well made and secure. Metal structure currently unused, original purpose unknown.

Westwindschild's photos

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