This nest is on a communications tower ~70 ft. It was successful last year with fledged chicks. The nest survived Hurricane Irene. The ospreys returned on or about 3/28-29/2012 and have started to repair/add to the nest.
UPDATE 4/7/2023: Th...
Visible from 122 Whippoorwill Circle, Mashpee. Has had 6 or 7 productive years since being built in 2009. Initial year or two infertile eggs. One year Owl got chicks, one year unnamed predator got chicks.
(2018) New house constructed on island; osprey platform has been erected near where the natural nest used to be.
(2017) Nest no longer there. Tree is still there.
(2016) Very large natural nest, visible on island point, north side of channe...
Nest platform well-built and nest active (April 2018). View from town way to water nearby. Monitoring camera on nest; local neighbor informs that the NY Dept of Environmental Conservation monitors the nest via a local college.
Near the entrance to the walking path at Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Great River, LI, NY.
Turn left onto the Holly path, look to the top of a huge pine on the left of the path.
The nest is directly north of the old, weeping beech nest.
One of two nests very close to one another. Nest2 is on a platform in utility easement near edge of Mashpee River. Nest 1 is on a utility pole close to Mashpee River in utility easement.
These two nests are west of the two Quinaquissett Ave...
One of two nests very close to one another. Nest 1 is on utility pole in utility easement at edge of Mashpee River. Nest 2 is on a platform at edge of utility easement.
These two nests are west of the two Quinaquissett Avenue nests across r...
Failed nest for the past several years but I continue to monitor and hope! 2012 finally chicks! 2013 looks great as well, three eggs. 2013 yielded three eggs, one of which hatched and was then stolen by a predator :-(