All three fledglings are thriving and making flights.
Both adults are around and three babies are present.
Three chicks have been observed and are being fed!
One adult on the nest, one on the perch. They are making the motions of feeding a chick but the nest is too deep to confirm at this time.
Both adults are present. One is sitting on the nest.
1 adult and 2 juveniles are present.
2 fledglings and both parents are present.
Both adults and two fledglings are present. The fledglings are taking short flights around the nest.
Both adults and two chicks are present
Two chicks are present and growing.
Two chicks have been observed. The dominant chick is often pecking at the sibling during feedings.
One adult on the nest, the other bringing fish. One chick can be seen.
One on the nest, one bringing fish to the nest.
Two days of wind and rain.
One on the nest, one on the porch
One on the nest, one on the perch
Two osprey are present with one staying on the nest
The adults don’t appear to be around. The fledglings are still around but not spending a lot of time on the nest.
Both parents and all three fledglings are accounted for after the hurricane. The fledglings are spending more time away from the nest.
All 3 fledglings are taking turns perching on the posts and beginning to explore outside of the nest.
All three chicks are present and doing well. One is starting to regularly flap it’s wings and hop around on the nest.
All three chicks are thriving.
Three chicks have been confirmed!
The female appears to be feeding a chick. I cannot get a visual on the chick to confirm.
After watching the female sit for three days I saw the female move half an egg shell to the side of the nest. The male is now bringing fish almost every hour. I can see them make the motions of feeding a chick but the nest side is too high to confirm.
Observed two chicks being fed on May 31. No sign of the chicks on June 22. The two adults are still present.