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Patrick N.'s nests

above pick nick area to the right when first entering parking lot
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activityover 5 years
Followers14
Near the top of the electrical tower that is in the water out from the fort.
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityover 5 years
Followers17
on right side of road when entering park TOWER IS GONE
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityalmost 6 years
Followers23
Located on a low light pole in the center of the Eckerd College waterfront parking lot.
SubstrateUtility Pole
Last activityover 3 years
Followers25
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activityover 5 years
Followers29
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activityover 5 years
Followers28
The nest is at the end of the service road that runs toward the Bay behind Park Headquarters.
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activityover 5 years
Followers24
The concrete structure sits on the waters edge. The structure is about 30 feet tall. It stands wider at the base of the structure, and narrows going towards the top. The top of the structure is flat and big enough to hold The Osprey nest, which...
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityover 5 years
Followers27
Nest is found on platform on the northwest area of parking lot
SubstrateOsprey Nest Platform
Last activityalmost 6 years
Followers29
This nest is a little bit further in on the same trail as Fort Desoto Nest 1 it has one female no male was spotted yet.
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityover 5 years
Followers29
This nest can be accessed by making a left on to the main road once you enter Ft De Soto. Then you make the second left onto a service road that says "do not enter" (park maintenance area). In order to get to this nest you have to drive into a pr...
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityalmost 6 years
Followers24
There is a small trail that leads to the nest. This nest can also be view from Pinellas Bayway S.
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityover 5 years
Followers25