042-A-014 (Berry's Creek Ospreys)
(40.7928, -74.0895)
Utility Pole
Southeast from the original nest on Berry's Creek that was taken over by Eagles. Originally found by Chris T. The nest is in a difficult place to monitor
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2021 - jmac
aAdult Arrival4/1/21
bEgg Laying5/16/21
bIncubation Initiation5/20/21
cClutch Hatching
eFirst Chick Fledging
fChicks Last Observed
xNest Failure
xReason For Nest Failureother

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Show reports, diaries, and photos from:Current 2022 2021

Activity reports

2021 Nest Activity Report by jmac
Adult arrival04/01/2021Nestlings2
Nest OccupiedYesFledglings2
Nest Active First chick fledging
Egg laying05/16/2021Chicks last observed
Incubation initiation05/20/2021Nest failure
Clutch hatchingReason for nest failurenot a failure, incorrect information

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Nesting Diaries

03/24/2022 by jmac
The Bald Eagles that displaced the Osprey pair last year, resulting in this new Ospry nest, have now moved to this platform. The Ospreus are back in thier old nest.

08/06/2021 by jmac
Checked the nest today, the chicks are getting big but still a couple of weeks from fledging

07/22/2021 by jmac
Got out to the nest this morning. Clearly could see two small chicks being fed. This was a very late nest

06/23/2021 by jmac
New information is that the nest is active. It appears the female is still incubating, which is possible because this is a very late nest

06/18/2021 by jmac
other observers have informed me that this nest has failed

05/20/2021 by jmac
I finally got to visit this nest today. It is a very skimpy nest which is not surprising considering how late they finally got started. The female was incubating and got up to relieve herself. the male joined her at the nest.

05/09/2021 by jmac
this pair built a nest a few poles down on live wires which had to be remover. PSEG built a better platform and the pair re-nested where the nest blew down. I have yet to get out there to see for myself.

04/22/2021 by jmac
Windy weather and the nest blew down. Apparently the female was incubationg.

04/05/2021 by jmac
This nest is in a restricted area and is difficult to access. I am trying to get permission to monitor the nest from a different access point.