One adult perched on side. One nestling seen. Nest looks good.
Female perched on side of nest. Nest looks good.
One perched and feeding one nestling, probably a week old or so. Nest looks good
One perched, nest is good
Osprey perched in nest, nest is good
Pair in nest, female perched and male sitting (possibly incubating). Nest looks good
Nest is good but no ospreys seen in area
No ospreys in nest or area. Can't see nest very well
Osprey in nest, unsure of sex and unsure if perched or sitting. Nest in good condition.
Pair sitting inside nest together. Nest is in good condition.
Pair in nest, possibly incubating? Nest is small but looks like good condition.
Osprey sighted on pole next to where the nest is located- unknown gender.
Pair in nest. Female does not show any signs of incubating.
No birds in nest but the likely pair that belong to it are in the area.
Pair spotted in nest, nest is still in good condition.
Male in nest, Female in area.
Good condition. Two birds in/around nest. Unsure of sex. Could be a pair?
Osprey sighted on pole beneath nest.
Osprey sighted on pole adjacent to nest.
No ospreys sighted this time. Appeared inactive.
Two ospreys spotted on light pole adjacent to nest-might possibly be pair.
Female still sitting in nest, slightly higher but displaying no signs of feeding- possible chicks? Male not present.
Female still sitting low in nest, but slightly higher. Male sitting on lights.
Female still sitting low in nest, male not present but possibly flying in area as there were several osprey circling
Female sitting low in nest, probable incubation position. Male not present.
Female sitting lower in nest, but unsure if in incubation position or not. Male seen sitting on the edge of nest platform.
Female sitting perched on edge of nest platform. Male seen sitting on the lights attached to the nest's pole.
Osprey in area, but none in this nest
no osprey, okay condition of nest
Osprey of unknown gender by nest
Osprey of unknown gender by nest
1 unknown osprey, good condition
No osprey, nest in good condition
No new material. Two couples in the area.
No material present, two males flying in area
Nesting material on post. 2 males and 2 females in area. All of them are moving around.
Nest present, no osprey, three flying nearby
Nest present. No ospreys present.
No ospreys present in the nest but a male and female perched near by
Male osprey sitting in the nest
One osprey seen on platform perching, flew off as observing
Both Osprey seen on nest platform, nest barely built at all, do not think they are incubating
Osprey (could not determine sex) standing on the nest, not built up yet with materials
Osprey perched low in center of nest- cannot determine sex.
One osprey perched in the center of the nest. Cannot determine sex.
Both male and female osprey were spotted today around the nest. The female was perched in the nest, while the male was perched on the same light pole about 2m below nest.
No sign of osprey around the nest.
No sign of osprey in or around nest.
There was no sign of an osprey in the nest or on the light structure. There were a few other osprey in the area, but it is hard to determine which nest they belong to because it is so condensed in this area.
Osprey perched on the light structure about 1 meter below nest. Many osprey are in the area today.
Osprey sitting low in nest, occasionally pokes head up. Unable to identify sex. Nest is in good shape.
The male and female pair were present but the chick is no longer there.
One nestling but no adults were present.
One adult and one nestling present. They are each preening themselves, perched upon the edge of the nest. By now the chick is quite old but there is still no sign of fledging.
There is an adult osprey present on the edge of the nest. The chick is sitting in the center with only the top of its head visible.
One adult and nestling easily visible. The nestling is growing rapidly. Upon arrival the adult flew the nest, circled, and landed. The adult flew away after ten more minutes. After the adult left the chick moved from the edge of the nest to the center.
There are both adults in the nest. The nestling is quite large, brown, and fluffy. It is ruffling its feathers and adjusting itself. Over the course of twenty minutes the female and chick sat down in the center of the nest and the male took flight.
There is an adult female osprey present tending to the center of the nest. It appears the chick is eating.
One adult osprey present during observation period. It was perched on the edge of its nest, preening itself.
One female osprey was present below the nest standing on the light pole. Visible briefly within the nest was a nestling.
One adult osprey seen tending to one nestling, feeding or grooming the young. Though two nestlings were observed a month ago, since that sighting there has only been one nestling visible. The adult osprey got up and flew away to perch on a nearby telephone wire.
Overcast, drizzling weather. No osprey visibly present in this nest. Perhaps the weather offered a good hunting opportunity. There was a little bit of movement in the nest, which were probably the nestlings sighted in previous weeks.
Female osprey seen sitting in the center of nest. Two nestlings were seen popping up briefly. Male osprey on nearby lightpole but may not necessarily be the male osprey occupying this nest.
From the normal vantage point it appeared as if there were osprey present. However, upon walking to a nearby nest and glancing back with binoculars a female was apparent sitting in the middle of the nest. The head of one nestling was briefly seen when the female readjusted herself.
Only the female was present during the period of observation. The mother was seen tending to her nestlings, though only one head was seen this time.
Both male and female osprey were present. Quickly after arrival the male circled, flying ~10ft above me. While the male astutely circled the nest the female was seen tending to nestlings. Two nestling heads were briefly visible. The male repeatedly circled and returned to the nest.
Male and female osprey were laying low in nest next to each other and did not move. Last week it appeared as if the adult ospreys were catering to nestlings, but no sighting of a nestling was made.
Male osprey perched next to the nest platform on the light pole, and did not move. The female osprey was perched on the side of the nest and seemed to be interacting with nestlings inside of the nest. Unfortunately the nest is very high up and I couldn't get visual confirmation of actual nestlings living in nest. However, the female osprey was bending over nest and opening beak and interacting with most likely two young.
There was a male and a female osprey in nest. Male was perched on side of nest, occasionally shuffling feathers and shifting position. Female seemed to be in the incubation posture with a flat back. Neither birds left the nest
Adults arrived January 2013. Incubation began during February 2013. Chicks first seen in nest 4/22/2013. Pair last seen at nest July 2013.