Some twigs present but there isn't a structured nest. Male osprey perched on utility post next to nesting site, eating a fish.
No nest present. There is a pairing perched on the nesting site. Male osprey seen gathering material and bringing it back to the nesting site.
3 female osprey in nest feeding or picking at nest. Appear to be adults, but could be fledglings. One female flapped its wings wildly for a minute (further supporting that they may be fledglings). Male observed from a light post near nest.
Female perched on side of nest.
Female in nest, male flew in and perched on side of nest. Later male was observed bringing a fish to the female.
Female in nest. Male brought fish to female in nest, then sat on like post near nest while the female ate.
Male originally perched on light post, then flew into nest. Female in nest with head down in the center (possibly eating or building nest). Male flew away, returned with a stick and then perched on light post again for several minutes.
Male on light post parallel to nest, staring up at nest.
Male perched on same light post parallel to nest. Nest better constructed than on previous observations.
Male nearby perched on light post.
Nest not well constructed, female perched parallel to nest on light post.
Male nearby. Not much activity occurring, no sight of female.
female incubating, male perched on light right next to nest
Female in nest and male perched on light next to next. Does not appear to be incubating.
female perched in nest, male perched nearby, still a rather small nest
small and nest nest, male and female seen in the nest
Not in nest, but pair was flying around general vicinity. Nest appears small and neat.
Small, neat nest. Appears to be freshly added to with twigs. Pair is perched on a light directly behind the platform that the nest is on, both male and female are eating.
nest seems small or non-existent. no osprey seen
Platform appears to be empty with only a few sticks on it. Female osprey perching on floodlight next to platform.
One osprey flies out of the nest. The other osprey is on a light pole nearby.
Osprey perched on the side of the nest.
Female in nest moving moss around while the male was nearby on light pole.
Female osprey in nest. Male osprey next to it on light pole. Nest looks fuller. Male was calling out.
Osprey sits nearby on hight pole. Nest is same structure as before.
Female osprey is in nest with male searched nearby. Nest is small with a few sticks/moss visible.
Small nest with few branches. Osprey present
One Osprey was nearby as one casually was perched on nest. There weren't many sticks in the nest.
Plastic was still very visible in nest. One Osprey sitting on nest, probably incubating. Another Osprey was watching it nearby.
One osprey present. Flat nest maintained, some plastic bags visible in nest.
male and female on lights next door to platform (monitor this in the future instead of platform?), another osprey of unknown gender seemed to be sitting with them but flew away as we approached
male birds on light next to the nest.
no nest, 2 birds perching on empty platform where nest used to be (genders couldn't be determined but likely couple)
nest gone, lots of parakeets and fish crows around, no ospreys in sight
2 adult Osprey nearby
1 female, 1 male
perched on light pole next to platform
One male and one female in nest
Two adults spotted in the nest.
One unidentified adult in nest.
1 unidentified adult in nest.
one osprey in nest, flying in and out of nest
Two ospreys in the nest, unidentified gender.
Female osprey in nest and male osprey on a pole next to nest.
No osprey seen in nest, but a male and female were spotted nearby.
1 osprey was nesting but I wasn't able to see how well defined the nest was or the gender because of the high angle.
1 Female was seen perched on the nearest light pole to the tower. The nest looks a little better defined.
1 male osprey was seen on the Parking Lot Nest #2 and a female was seen across the field on a light pole about 100m away. No change is observed in the nest.
No osprey were seen in the park however the nest appears to be forming well.
1 female was seen nesting on top of the osprey tower. No male was seen nearby this time. The nest appears the same as it did last week.
Both a male and a female osprey were seen perched on the tower. The female appeared to be nesting and acted defensively when another bird flew past.
1 female observed in the nest and 1 male seen on the nearest light pole less than 10m away. The female appeared to be building a nest on top of the southern tower. The nest itself still isn't very visible but more sticks can be seen hanging over the edg
1 female was spotted on the farther south osprey tower but it didn't appear to be nesting.
Still no signs of nesting or nearby osprey.
No changes were observed. No osprey were sighted and no evidence of nest building.
Both the towers on this field appear abandoned or empty. There is very little evidence of nesting and no osprey were seen nearby.