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I’m sure Paul should be able to find several, as he says, “experts” at one or all of these:
Montana Osprey Project – Eric Greene
Woods Hole Oceangraphic Institution – MA
Chesapeake Conservancy – MD
Cornell Lab of Ornithology – Ithaca, N.Y.
Audubon – Brenmen, ME
Thanks for all the constructive information, we are reaching out to several possibilities for removal of mesh. I think that everyone is on the same page about removal but it doesn’t seem clear to some how challenging that might be. The nest is about 90 feet up in the air on an old TV antenna which sways a little in the wind (see pictures under the highlights section). We considered sending a willing young man up there this afternoon but decided that it was way to dangerous. It’s a long reach from the highest step the the camera. In addition the tower is on a very small road with lot’s of big trees and over-hanging branches that will limit the size of equipment which can be brought in.
Thank you for providing a “birds eye” view of these delightful birds. We have family night once a week and the ipads are loaded to your sight and 4 year olds to 81 year olds delight in viewing and discussing and learning about the Osprey.
thank you, thank you,
I swim with these guys every year, marvel at their grace and beauty and now I get to see them close up and personal,
I love it, what an amazing experience for me and all who view,
thank you, thank you, thanks you,
Love to watch George and Gracie, what a wonderful opportunity to see the osprey and their babies. Looking forward to watching them grow and leave their next. Thank you