bruceg
VA, US

Nests5
Activities66
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Nest in the top of a live tree, south side of the Back River, down stream from the blind in Sandy Bay
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity7 months
Followers2
Looking from Jamestown Island bridge -- Right backside of Sandy Bay in the duck blind
SubstrateDuck Blind
Last activity7 months
Followers2
The nest is in the top of a cypress tree, at the high-water line, where the 'short-cut' water trail to the Colonial Parkway bridge opens into Sandy Bay. Slightly to the left, and across the bay from the turnout on the Parkway that's between the Gl...
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity7 months
Followers2
50 yards off beach on a 3-pole platform 6 feet above water.
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activity9 months
Followers14
This nest is in a cypress tree in the James River, in the First Colony neighborhood. The site is at 174 The Maine. Members of the Historic Rivers Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists have monitored this nest since about 2010. The tree has b...
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activityalmost 2 years
Followers5
The SW (Inge's) side of the Route 5 bridge crossing the Chick
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activity7 months
Followers9
Nest is located in Sandys Bay near Jamestown Island. You can see the nest from the turn out going to Jamestown Island. Nest blown away in 2018.
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activity8 months
Followers4
Behind the new roadway behind the new brewery
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activityover 2 years
Followers3
On second piling from shore on right side as one looks out onto the river.
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityover 3 years
Followers4
Scotland Ferry terminal - piling behind VDOT Ferry Building
SubstrateOther (Specify)
Last activityover 3 years
Followers7
Near NPS Marsh monitoring 015
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityalmost 8 years
Followers2
On a snag to the left of the brown Historic Jamestowne/Jamestown Settlement sign on the Colonial Parkway in the woods
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityover 7 years
Followers5
Only accessible by kayak or boat
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activityalmost 9 years
Followers4
This is in a relatively tall cypress (in a cluster of cypress trees) growing furthest from the shoreline.
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity9 months
Followers10
This nest is immediately across from the pull-off on the Parkway in a Cypress tree
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity11 months
Followers9
Jamestown Yacht Basin
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityalmost 8 years
Followers6
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activityalmost 7 years
Followers5
SubstrateChannel Marker
Last activityover 4 years
Followers7
Jamestown Eco Park. 20 feet up in dead tree, near Jamestown Virginia Eco Discovery Park
SubstrateDead Tree
Last activityalmost 4 years
Followers5
Cypress on Powhatan Creek
SubstrateLive Tree
Last activity9 months
Followers12
On red channel marker 8 on Thoroughfare
SubstrateChannel Marker
Last activityover 7 years
Followers7

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