Adult laying low on nest. Probable incubation. No 2nd adult in area.
Both adults in nest. No one seeming to be on eggs.
One adult at completed nest.
See two birds on good start of a nest. One adult flies off. No other nests on Sandy Bay
Two adults at half completed nest.
One adult standing on nest. No second adult in view.
Two adults at nest. Almost full nest. No behavior.
One chick above nest; Second chick in nearby tree
Kayak --Three birds on nest and one adult on nearby tree. Thought all 3 on nest were chicks, but upon return to nest only two definite chicks were on nest -maybe the 3rd was an adult.
Jamestown Island finally open. Tough to see nest in binocs/scope. At least one chick.
Two chicks seen. Adult on nest.
One chick; one adult sheilding it. Have to get closer to see if a second chick. No secon adult in area.
Couldn't see any chicks through binoculars from shore. One adult on nest, not seeming low. No second adult in sight.
One adult low on nest. No second adult nearby.
Kayaking - two adults at nest. Bird on nest flew off twice - don't believe there are eggs. One adult brought stick to nest.
Two birds at nest. No behavior noted.
One osprey siiting in nest today
Adult on nest possibly on eggs. No chicks. No second adult in sight.
One adult down in nest (covering eggs?). No second adult in sight.
Adult standing on nest, no second adult in vicinity.
Adult standing on nest. No second bird seen
No chich or adults at nest on hot day.
One adult at nest. No chicks.
One adult on nest. Flew off and I saw a second adult flying in the general area. No eggs or chicks seen.
Both birds on nest. Nest looks great.
One bird in and around nest.
One bird in and around nest.
Report on 6/12 of no activity. No activity today. No birds. From past reports, it appears this nest never became active this year -- so an activity report was never opened.
Did not see any birds on or near the nest.
I did not observe any Ospreys on the nest. The high side of the nest obscures the view of the entire nest as seen from the road.
An osprey was on to nest.
An osprey was on to nest!
I did not see an Ospreyon the nest.
No osprey was seen on the nest due to nesting material obscuring my view. An osprey was perched on a tree to the left of the nest.
Female osprey sitting low in the nest I belive
I only see one Osprey nearby. Nest is in terrible shape.
Single adult on nest on blustery day. Awaiting more reports before starting activity sheet declaring it an active nest.
No sight of either adult.
Mother and Father working hard. Nest looks healthy.
Adult standing on nest. No sight of second adult. Are chicks born?
Adult on nest; second adult in nearby tree
Female on nest. Male in nearby tree -- sighted by kayak
Adult on nest; no other adult in sight
One adult on nest - seems to be on eggs - no second adult
Nest looks very strong. Female is in nest, and male is nearby
One adult standing on nest (female?)
Two birds standing on made nest.
One adult at nest. No other activity. No chicks.
No adults at nest; no activity, but nest is still there.
Adult on nest. No chicks observed.
adult sitting on nest. second adult sitting on nearby tree.
Possible copulation on nest. Two birds one on top of other.
No nest on channel marker
One bird near nest on nearby marker eating fish. Looks like adult, but can't see closely whether it has chick markings.
No activity on nest. No birds in sight.
Only one chick seen in nest. Mother on nest. No feeding.
Two chicks sighted. Adult shielding one of the two. No feeding. No second adult sighted.
Approach by kayak. Only one chick seen. Adult shielding chick from sun. No feeding.
Adults at nest feeding chicks, two chicks visible
Both osprey at nest feeding babies.
Adult sitting down in nest, presume sitting on eggs.
No activity seen on this nest either today or on the 1st of July
Adult very low on nest. It also looks like they've continued to build the nest higher so it's hard to see.
Adult brooding or incubating, not sure
Male incubating this morning
Female Incubating; Male visited briefly, but had no fish.
Both adults at nest today. One in incubation posture.
Adult incubation observed. I guess since it was early enough they re-nested.
I agree with Jlspickler. They should be brooding young chicks. Both adults were perched in a nearby cypress both times we passed by on our boat.
I'm not sure if this nest failed, but both parents were off the nest on a nearby post and were on edge. They kept bringing nesting material to the nest, but not incubating at all. No evidence of chicks. If they had them, they'd be so new they would need to be brooded anyways!
When I first arrived the female was incubating, by they switched before I left when the male was standing over eggs while female was fishing nearby.
Watched for about 1 hour, and the female remained hunkered down the whole time, so definitely incubating as of 4/10
Visit by kayak; female on nest, but flew off during viewing; no egg turning observed. Male close by.
While I don't know when the first egg was laid, it is clear they have eggs since the female was turning them with her feet yesterday!
Both adults on this nest for 30 minutes when I monitored them Tuesday, the 26th.
FINALLY saw both adults for myself, haha. The nest still doesn't seem to be any more repaired compared to last week, but I saw sticks being brought by the male twice.
Only one adult again today. I'm not sure if there is building and repair going on right now. It certainly needs it still!
I only saw one of the adults on the nest today between 4:30 and 5:30.
Today at 3:30pm, my friend Shirley was observing this nest and saw both adults in the tree. Let the nest repairs begin!
I visited this nest on 2/21/13, and it looks like it took quite a beating due to several high wind storms in the late summer and fall. Extensive repairs will be needed, but I'll continue to watch for activity!