Nickname
Ponquogue
Coordinates
(40.8382, -72.4966)
Substrate
Osprey Nest Platform
Description
Man made platform
Followers
None
What to look for
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2012 - Lorelei
aAdult Arrival3/27/12
aOccupiedNo
aActive
bEgg Laying4/19/12
bIncubation Initiation4/19/12
cClutch Hatching5/29/12
dNestlings3
eFledglings2
eFirst Chick Fledging8/2/12
fChicks Last Observed8/29/12
xNest Failure
xReason For Nest Failure

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Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2012

Activity reports

2012 Nest Activity Report by Lorelei
Adult arrival03/27/2012Nestlings3
Nest OccupiedNoFledglings2
Nest Active First chick fledging08/02/2012
Egg laying04/19/2012Chicks last observed08/29/2012
Incubation initiation04/19/2012Nest failure
Clutch hatching05/29/2012Reason for nest failure

Photos of this nest

Nesting Diaries

10/23/2012 by Lorelei
October 23 I keep seeing a juvenile Osprey flying overhead and I believe, though I'm not certain, this is one of the birds from this nest. I saw him again today with a fish. All of the other Ospreys have left some time ago.

07/18/2012 by Lorelei
Sometime between July 10 and July 13 the pair lost one of their 3 chicks. When I returned on July 17th I noted only 2 chicks in the nest and I looked at previous photos and saw 3 only through July 10th.

06/02/2012 by Lorelei
on 6/01/12 I observed a change in behavior. The male had been perched near the nest while the female laid in the nest. On this day, the male brought a fish to the nest and the female tore pieces and, while I couldn't see at the time, she fed them to at least one chick. After enlarging photos there appear to be at least 3 chicks possibly 4.

04/03/2012 by Lorelei
Observed pair mating again today. The male then left for about an hour and returned with a small flounder. He made a teasing pass over the nest but moved to a perch and ate it rather than give it to the female.

04/02/2012 by Lorelei
Observed pair mating today. Male brought more sticks to nest as well.

03/29/2012 by Lorelei
3/28/12 - Both Ospreys on the nest. Observed female (?) moving sticks around nest.