May 17, 2018 - Three eggs - see photo
Both adults on nest 3/19/2018
Per Reese nest failed due to suspected Great Horned Owl predation.
Adult acting like chicks in nest.
As of May 25 female appears to be covering chicks.
Three eggs as of May 4, 2015
3 eggs in nest all reddish. Added perch to platform. 2 adults seen at nest.
This nest has failed for the third year in a row. Different adults each year. Reason for failure not known. This season the adults incubated for a period longer that normal, but without success.
Still incubating as of May 31. Male eating fish on pole next to nest, then takes part of flounder to the female in the nest - photos
Photo of male landing in the nest May 22
May 22 still incubating. Photo of female in tree
May 17 Osprey still incubating - photo
Still incubating as of May 7. Photo of male in tree posted.
Both Osprey in nest. Neither are banded.
Female has returned as of Mar 8 2014. Photo as of Mar 10 2014
July 2 - The single chick is about 45 to 50 days old and should fledge in the next fews days. Has been exercising its wings.
June 23 - Only one chick now in this nest.
June 11 - Chicks are now about 3 weeks old and getting their feathers.
May 28 Male arrives with a fish and feeds his two 8 to 10 day old chicks
Chick or chicks being fed by female May 23. Male sitting in tree about 100 ft from nest. See photos.