https://www.allaboutbirds.org/paper-sculptures/?utm_source=Cornell%20Lab%20eNews&utm_campaign=91c59f4fa6-Cornell-Lab-eNews-2019-03-11&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_47588b5758-91c59f4fa6-304145433air copulating Feb 26, 2019, incubating eggs March 7, 2019
Female incubating - very few sticks in the nest
This nest is listed twice as #452 and #4437
On July 12 I received a call saying that one of the Osprey chicks was out of the nest at the waters edge. I was able to capture the Osprey easily. It has a bare spot on the back of its head where its sibling likely pecked all the feathers out. I took the chick to Pearl Beamer who treated and will keep for a few days to be sure no infection occurs.
No chicks or fledglings seen.
2 chicks 30-40 days old. Platform needs repair-front falling off--can't lean ladder on platform.
2 chicks about 2 weeks old.
As of May 25 there are two chicks about 2 weeks old
2 eggs in nest both reddish, front of platform falling off
2 fledglings seen at nest one feeding
Front platform falling off. Pole wobbly
3 chicks 6 weeks of age, front of
platform falling off, adult female present-not banded
Chicks now about 3 weeks old
May 22 - correction to age of 3 chicks - about 14 to 18 days old
May 17 - 3 chicks in nest ages 4 days to one week - photo
Two dead chicks in nest. Approximately 3-4 weeks old. No adults seen.
June 11 - Only one chick could be seen in the nest.
May 28 - two chicks about 4 to 6 days old. Male arrived with fish. Female fed then male took rest of fish to nearby pole to feed.
Nest platform is 12 tears old. Repaired 3/11/2012. Located at end of Little Neck Point. Neither male or female banded. Previous male had been banded in 1999.