No nest present. Male osprey perched across street eating a fish.
No nest present. Female osprey perched on lamp post across the street.
No nest present. Female osprey perched nearby and a male osprey perched across the street.
No nest present, female osprey perched across the street.
No nest present, some twigs on nesting site. Osprey perched nearby
No nest or ospreys seen.
Local maintenance workers say they have not seen a nest there for a while
female and male seen in nest perched, not incubating
No visible osprey in or around nest, could be feeding.
Female in neat nest, no male visible in area.
solid nest, female inside, male perched beside
Female very close to nest but not in it, nest appears to be larger in size.
Nest seems poorly maintained and currently unoccupied, but an unknown gender osprey was seen flying about 50m east of the nest.
No ospreys seen in nest. Unable to see if checks were present. On osprey seen on light pole near nest.
1 male osprey on nest. Another osprey seen flying overhead. Other nest in area thought to be relocated nest of 4548.
1 osprey flew and sat on nest. Also, possible new nest on another platform/light pole on field with 2 ospreys on it (male and female).
Nest is bigger and 2 ospreys sitting on nest, one male and one female. 1 other osprey nearby on another pole on same ball field.
Nest still small but no longer any ospreys in it. theres is a sharp small pole sticking out of pole that I had not noticed before and not sure if new or just didn't see it previously. New small nest on platform very close by left of main stand. 1 small male was on nest and then flew away. possibly same bird from other nest who now has to move and make new nest due to sharp pole.
1 small male osprey. on small nest.
Small nest on field lights. 1 osprey relatively small osprey (possibly fledgling?). sex unknown.
There was no nest or osprey present. There were two eating a fish nearby though.
There is still no nest according to the satellite on GPS, but there are a couple sticks present and a male and female osprey. There is still the platform nearby with a male and female osprey nesting in it.
There is no longer a visible nest in this location. there was a large male osprey sitting on the indicated light post though. There was also a platform nearby ( right side of stand by parking lot) where there was a nest and what sounded to be chicks. There was a female osprey nearby with a fish in her talon, but was not eating the fish.
2 birds on different poles
crappy nest, M osprey chasing away another osprey, very cranky, lots of yelling
nest destroyed, bird on pole with remains, two more circling
Nest destroyed, no birds around
One male a a nearby branch. Nest was empty.
Male and female in the nest. Possibly fledgling sighting.
One adult perched on side of nest, unable to see if fledglings were present but it sounded like there might be chicks in nest
Male and female in nest, male flying in and out
One adult in nest, another adult nearby.
one adult male seen flying around the area, no birds in small nest
One male perched on the nest with a female.
Still no nest being rebuilt, no osprey in sight.
Osprey spotted near where nest was supposed to be.
Nest appears to have fallen. Osprey spotted flying nearby, unable to determine gender.
No sign of nest or osprey
No sign of nest or osprey
Nest is still in poor shape, nothing has been added to it.
Nest is in poor shape, ospreys in area, but not near this nest
There is a female on the nest
One male was nesting, no chicks were seen.
Male and female at nest, three babies were seen along the edges of the nest. Possibly fledging for the first time.
Female at nest, male foraging, four babies still present.
Male and female at the nest, four heads are visible.
Female at nest, at least 2 babies but unable to see any at this time.
Male and Female at nest, loads of chirping. Possibly hatched eggs.
Male and female at nest. Incubation in process
Incubation in process. Female at nest.
Incubation in process, male and female at nest.
Male and Female present, incubating.
Female present, with signs of incubation.
Male and female were present.
Huge nest, male osprey was present.
Adults arrived January 2013. Incubation began during February 2013. Chicks first seen in nest 4/15/2013.