Male perched on side eating fish, then alternated between feeding two chicks. One chick is bigger than other, but he fed both. Nest looks good.
Male perched on side, calling out. Nest looks good.
Pair in nest, one brought fish and the other fed the nestlings the fish. Couldn't actually see nestlings though. Nest looks good
One sitting inside nest, possibly incubating. Nest looks good
Female incubating in nest, then male flew up to join; nest is good. Later saw a male in nearby tree, not sure if its the same male
One sitting inside nest, possibly incubating and one sitting in tree. Later, tree one flew to nest to sit with its mate. Unsure of sexes. Nest looks good.
One sitting inside nest, can't tell sex. Perched when intruder male was flying around, then laid back down. Nest looks good
One osprey was sitting in the nest, possibly incubating, then the other flew up to be in the nest as well. Nest is good. Later, another male flew up to nest (possibly for the female?) and the male chased him off then went back to the nest.
One osprey was perched, unsure of sex. Nest was good.
Pair in nest, one sitting inside, one perched. I think the female is inside. They could be incubating? The nest is in good condition
Pair flies back and forth from trees to nest together. Nest in good condition.
Female is in the nest. She is crouching, perhaps she is on eggs.
Nest looks to have more sticks added. Pair in nest. Female could been on eggs
Both male and female osprey are in the nest. Monk parakeets perched next to the nest.
Male osprey is in the nest. Nest is in good condition. Crows perched beneath the nest.
No ospreys in nest, but many osprey seen in the area.
Nest in Good condition, and ospreys were seen around it.
Osprey sighted on light pole next to nest.
Pair of ospreys spotted perched on pole beneath the nesting platform. No chicks or young spotted.
No ospreys sighted near nest.
No ospreys sighted near nest.
Female seen feeding chicks - two visible but possibly a third). Male not present in nest.
Female seen feeding chicks (not visible). Male not present in nest, possibly flying in area.
Female sitting higher up in nest, shading possible chicks. Male not present.
Both male and female present at nest. No chick associated activities seen.
New nest has appeared. Female seen sitting in it. Male seen bringing over nest materials.
Nest no longer present. Unsure what happened to it.
Female sitting high in nest. Male not present.
A female osprey was seen sitting in the nest, but it did not appear to be nesting.
Two ospreys were in the nest. Male was carrying nesting materials to nest and could not see the breast of the other osprey to verify if it was a female.
male and female in built up nest
Female on pole next to nest
Osprey of unknown gender by nest and another osprey of unknown gender on the pole next to the nest
2 males and a female nearby. material is in ok condition
Osprey of unknown gender on pole next to nest
Unknown osprey perched near the nest.
Osprey of unknown gender present near nest
Nest material. No osprey.
Small nest, both make and female present near nest, juvenile in nest
Nest present. No osprey present.
Female osprey was flying above then perched herself in the nest
Female osprey perched in nest with wings fanned out
Female perched in nest, shading chicks
Female osprey possibly fanning chicks. Sitting in nest with feathers puffed out
female osprey sitting low possible chicks
Female osprey sitting low in new, possible incubation
Hard to determine sex, but possible female sitting low in the nest
Still no osprey present in the nest
No osprey in the nest but man ospreys around due to the fact that there are other nests in the area
Both male and female osprey perched in nest. One osprey low in the center of the nest, while the other is perched on the outskirts of the nest.
Both male and female perched together on same light pole about 1m under nest. The ospreys were just a few feet from one another.
Male osprey perched on light fixture below nest. No sign of female.
Male osprey perched in nest. Female osprey perched on light pole 2m below nest.
Female osprey spotted soaring above then lands in nest.
Male osprey spotted perched blow nest on light. Bird seems to be cleaning himself. No other sign on osprey.
Again, there was a male osprey perched on the light structure about one meter below the nest.
Male osprey perched on light pole about one meter below the nest.
Today I observed a male osprey perched on lighting fixture 2ft below nest platform. No other sign of osprey.
There was one female around the nest
Both adults were at the nest with their nestling!
Both adults are present during observation period. One adult flew away, circled, and landed again. There are known nestlings but they were not observed, perhaps they have fledged.
There are four osprey present in this nest! Both adults are standing on the edge of the nest, alert to their surroundings. The chicklings are both sitting in the center of the nest.
Both a male and female osprey were present in the nest. After five minutes one flew away. A nestling popped out of the nest soon after. The nestling is stretching and attempting to flap its brand new wings. Its wings are incredibly floppy and noodle-like, thin and sparsely covered in down. After about fifteen minutes of observation, a second chick was visible peeping its head out.
There is one adult male osprey sitting on the edge of the nest.
Both the male and female osprey are sitting on the edge of the nest. They appear at ease.
Both male and female osprey were present. One osprey was tending to the center of the nest, appearing to be rearranging materials. The male osprey flew away after fifteen minutes to land and stand watch on a nearby light pole.
An osprey was present sitting in the center of the nest. Only its head was visible, it was quite still.
A female osprey was in the center of the nest with ruffled feathers. After ten minutes a male osprey was seen landing on the edge of the nest.
There is a female laying very low in the nest. The male osprey was seen landing and dropping something off. There was movement in the nest but it could have just been the female rearranging her nesting materials.
No birds present in the nest. There was a very loud baseball event occurring in a nearby field.
Male osprey sitting upright in the center of the nest. He stretched his head out and dodged down a handful of times.
Both male and female osprey present in nest. The female appeared to be laying low and flat-backed, possibly incubating eggs (consistent with previous weeks' observations).
Only one bird visible, perched puffed up on the side of the nest. The osprey appeared to be a male by size.
One male perched on the side of the nest platform. There was one female laying low in the nest, possibly incubating eggs.
Male osprey perched on the light pole next to the light, and did not move. The female osprey was sitting low in the nest most likely incubating eggs.
One male perching on edge of nest. Stayed completely still, and eventually flew away.
Adults arrived November 2012. Incubation began during December 2013. Chicks first seen in nest 1/20/2013. Pair last seen at nest June 2013.