JP Keo
MA, US

Nests10
Activities20
Photos10
Groups1

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SubstrateUtility Pole
Last activity7 months
Followers2
The nest can be seen from the end of the trail in the Sippican Lands Trust, Pierson Woods Conservation area on Point Rd in Marion, MA
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers1
This is a new nest at the end of Point Rd that was started at the beginning of May
SubstrateUtility Pole
Last activity8 months
Followers1
The nest is on the other side of the pond on the shoreline.
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers1
The nest platform can be seen from the end of Oakdale Ave, in Marion Mass, bearing about 135 degrees.
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity11 months
Followers1
Platform visible from the beach at the end of Oakdale Ave. In Marion bearing approx 120 degrees
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers1
50 Point Road. On top of a large chimney of a house. Residents are aware, but not present (summer home). October 2022, after the Ospreys left, the nest was completely removed from the chimney.
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityalmost 2 years
Followers3
This is a new nest site on the next pole, close to the nest removed and a T-shaped pole placed on top to discourage nest building
SubstrateUtility Pole
Last activityover 2 years
Followers3
The nest is on top of a Brown High Tension line Pole that can easily be seen from Mendel Rd.
SubstrateUtility Pole
Last activity11 months
Followers1
This is the leaning pole nest platform that can be seen in the picture of nest 7878
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity11 months
Followers2
The nest is in the trees a bit to the west of the platform nest.
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity11 months
Followers2
The nest was originally a large nesting site in a dead that was lost in the winter of 2021/2022. It was recently rebuilt.
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activity7 months
Followers1
The nest is a new nest platform. A pair tried to nest on the dock for two years. The owner tried to discourage by removing the nest (year one) and placing orange stakes and roping around the docks railings. The osprey still tried to nest and place...
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers3
Right at the beach at the end of the Brainard Marsh trail, a Sippican Land Trust property in Marion, MA
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers3
Platform on Stewarts Island can be seen from the parking lot at Silvershell Beach, Marion
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity8 months
Followers3
The nesting platform is on the northeast side of the cove. There is a small perch which has been place close by.
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity7 months
Followers3
Between cranberry bogs and Marys Pond.
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activity9 months
Followers3

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