June 3, 2019 - banded two chicks with purple bands 65/D and 66/D bands - see photos
June 14 - Banded 2 chicks with purple bands 27/D and 28/D
Eggs appear to have hatched. Female adult very protective.
Female incubating with male standing guard in tree
Male incubating eggs. Female with fish.
Per Reese nest failure due to Great Horned Owl predation.
Three eggs as of May 4, 2015
3 eggs all speckled white. 1 adult seen at nest.
On March 29, this pair was not incubating. Today there are two eggs in the nest. Went in the nest to remove vegetation, drill holes in the solid plywood platform bottom, and add a perch. Female returned to the nest and her eggs as soon as we left.
1 fledgling seen at nest.
2 adults seen at nest both appear to be unbanded. One chick seen at nest 3-4 weeks old.
Male feeding the lone chick who is 2 to 3 weeks old. Female took off for her daily afternoon flight. Got to keep in good shape.
Male arriving with grass. Female incubating. May 8, 2014. Eggs should hatch in about a week.
On July 14 I received a call from the property owned where the nest is located saying that a bald eagle had dove at the chick hitting it and knocking it into the water. I rescued the chick and found it had a few cuts, likely from a talon strike. I took the chick to a rehabber, Pearl Beamer, who treated the wounds. Today she took the osprey to the vet and during surgery to repair wounds the osprey died.
Male wearing satellite transmitter sitting on pole near nest. Female and chick 48/A in nest. July 4, 2013
Banded one chick 48/A. Both adults present.
4/24 - we attached a transmitter to the male of this pair. Transmitter 122485