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IMPORTANT: Messages from osprey experts
I haven’t seen the little guy yet this morning, but I would be very surprised if he survived the night. That sure was tough to watch yesterday, but that whole process is as much a part of the essence of being an Osprey as is eating a fish. It’s part of the life of Ospreys that was rarely seen before we started putting cameras in nests. As hard as it is, we should not label the behavior as mean or cruel. Being mean or cruel implies that there is intent to do harm just for harm’s sake. Those young were responding to a set of stimuli (very little food being delivered to the nest and the presence of a very small young) in a way that evolution has hard-wired into them. It helps ensure their survival. Nature is not cruel. It is harsh, unforgiving, and often random (had the little guy been born 1st, he would have been just as aggressive as was his sibling), but not cruel or mean.
Paul Henry ospreyzone July 1, 2015 at 8:17 am
Thanks Rob for bringing your knowledge and experience to help us all gain perspective here. We are all saddened by the events that unfolded before our eyes and it’s only natural for all of us to feel and express our emotions appropriately. There have been many issues pertaining to intervention which have been discussed amongst us all. There is no doubt in my mind that the right decision was made, to let nature take it’s course. By the way, that doesn’t equate to heartless, on the contrary, nobody feels worse about this then the apparent decision makers. I say apparent, because when all was said and done, and all the issues were properly weighed, there really weren’t any other options. It was clearly pointed out, by experts, that intervening at this stage could have spooked the whole nest to the point of losing all the young. If the little one was saved, and nursed back to health, what kind of a life would it have had, perhaps caged up in a zoo. I remember when I was younger I saw a golden eagle in captivity, caged behind a wire mesh. I could practically see it’s tears. As far as placing the little one in another nest, such a low probability of success would never have justified the possibility of spooking the nest. There’s a piece of me, however heavy hearted, that believes that perhaps it is better to be born free and die free. We mourn for the little one as we marvel at the wonders of nature.
Thanks for your query, and you have my admiration for persevering. We know very well how tough your job is, including dealing with an anxious public.
Our policy with our Bird Cams project is essentially “just say no” to pleas for interference. The behavior you are witnessing – while seemingly cruel and heartless to us – is natural for many kinds of birds, especially those that feed on variable, unpredictable food supplies. The little nestling does have a chance to survive, but if it does not then that result was “meant to be” by the nature of Osprey breeding strategy. The wonderful things about these nest cameras also sometimes yield the difficult things for us to watch. As you might know, we actually post a “siblicide alert” on some of our cams where we suspect the possibility exists.
I’m copying your note to Charles Eldermire, project leader for our Bird Cams. He may have some additional comments, and he would be the one to ask if we might be able to use your stored files for biological analysis.
Best wishes, and good luck,
John W. Fitzpatrick
Director, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
It’s also important to acknowledge that intervening can also cause problems of its own—depending on the ages of the birds in the nest, disturbing them can trigger an early fledge. We have restricted the scenarios in which we would even consider intervening to injuries or dangers that are explicitly human-derived. For example, 3 or 4 years ago we were alerted by viewers that one of the osprey chicks at the Hellgate Osprey nest was entangled in monofilament line. We consulted with our partners there (wildlife biologists, raptor researchers, raptor rehabbers) to determine if the monofilament was an issue, and if intervening was both likely to solve the issue AND not have bad effects on the other nestlings. In the end, a quick trip to the nest was scheduled via a bucket truck, the monofilament was removed, and the nestlings all eventually fledged. In that case, all of the permits were already in hand to be studying the ospreys, and we had already discussed how to approach issues in the nest.
Good luck to the young one—hope it all turns out well.
Bird Cams Project Leader
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
I’ve been to your site—great cam! And I noticed the runt in the nest. This is just normal Osprey reproduction. It happens all the time and you should not intervene. It’s tough to watch, but it’s how nature works. Ospreys almost always lay 3 eggs and on average fledge between 1 and 1.5 young each year. They stagger the hatch so there is a spread of ages in the young. That way, if food is short, the first-hatched (and therefore largest) will get enough food to survive while the smaller nest mates do not. If all three young were the same size and there was only enough food for 1 young, none of the young would get enough food and they would all die. If there’s lots of food, the smallest will eventually get fed and can survive. These nest cams can show some gut-wrenching scenes. The most infamous perhaps was one of the very first Osprey cams (on Long Island somewhere), where the smallest young died. One of the adults carried it out of the nest and after several minutes flew back into the nest and fed it to the other young. Waste-not-want-not at its goriest. At Hog Island up in Maine just last week a Bald Eagle came in and took the young out of the nest. Last year at another nest, cameras documented a Great-horned Owl taking young Ospreys out of a nest in NJ or MD. All of these things have been going on for millions of years and Ospreys are doing fine.
Academy of Natural Sciences
A chase…. Lady was chased and dive-bombed,,,,, and other bird was chased outside the nest… George?
Guessing Missy has just been lying low and is back on the attack.
Another try……Divebomber so fast you can barely see it….. went right for the head
Sweeps week……busy day
Not now George….I’m in alert mode!
Ok now….hurry up!
Lots of alerting…on and off the nest
Here are a few more pics of Jane from 2020.
From what I have seen on rewind this new girl is Jane and George is VERY happy that she is back!
Could the OG Comment Ladies please confirm that Jane is back in the nest ? Thanks 😀
I don’t think that’s Jane. Similar looking but there a number of differences.
I don’t think Jane..here is pictures side by side..
I agree with you, June.
Thanks for the side by side June c……if not Jane…she’s a near twin!
Hard to tell when they’re flying, ducking, mantling, and doing the wild thing with George!
Still up in the air…..
The female was clear in her demand and got her fish. And off she went….
Sorry out of order
All we are is lust in the wind
Windy welcome home for Jane!
Up close and ummm….personal
I’m going out on a limb..saying this is definitely Jane
Trying to stick it in the wind
Did this wind come from barnegat?
George seems happy she is home…..haven’t seen him mantle….he seems content
She seems comfortable in the nest……George is making up for lost time
Nice big fish for Jane
I’m feeling like a creeper 👀
Think that’s why George tries to build a privacy wall!😜
George just moving on with out missying a beat….
I wonder if she sees what’s coming…..
Can’t see the forest for the trees!!!! The lady was getting planted till she got out of town…
Fortunately, for once, he headed to the far side..
Someone did a quick swoop and took off. Female is loudly vocalizing. It looked like someone chased the other bird ; George?
And I’m getting tired of the pornography… every time I look over at the screen 🙀😸😳
ONe is 2020, Sept. Jane…. other is today. Not sure how these will post. Will id when they come up as I enlarged without dates.
one on top is Jane in 2020. Not much help.
She is taking over the nest and moving right in…..nestorating and George has no problem with her; or she with him,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
I was quietly doing a puzzle and looked up to see this….
.she’s making herself at home, moving things
George brought back his fishtail and she took it with no protest from him………. she ate right there….. dundadundun….
And the STUDmuffin attempted mating
She looks very comfortable..
I am very surprised that our lady didn’t kick her out..
George showed with a partial fish, looking around before taking off again.
Just after G left, Missy landed, on guard. She was out again in seconds. She needs some food. Hope they connect before that not so big fish disappears
At 11:37 same female stopped on nest…Our Lady was like a dive bomber after her..
Well George and the lady of the nest have been in and out all morning……guarding the nest against someone…..I haven’t seen the third party. On the nest
Hasn’t stopped them from having extracurricular activities…..thought I saw a quick glimpse of Jane earlier….maybe CarolV can scroll back and take a peek
Now it seems screen has froze
Now we’re back(feed)….things are quiet at the moment
Everyone enjoy your day 😊…..see you later
Taking a quick peek at lunch…more of the same…now there’s a fish in play
Meanwhile…across the island….oyster bay has a “pearl “
Hi, Isabella. I’m not sure who that other female is. Almost seems TOO heavily marked to be Jane. But at this point, I just want her to go away before Missy’s eggs get scrambled before they are cooked!
If it is Jane, late again….. you snooze you lose….
If that female sits long enough to get maybe a good head and face shot, when she’s not moving 90mph, maybe we could figure out who she is or isn’t. There’s a couple of quick shots posted with 7:14am post.
Just have to wait while the ladies figure it out………..
“Staking “ their claim
Pretty sure I spotted Jane….they are flying around…touching down briefly…..hard to catch them
Here’s a pic of the bad boy George
He is a male after all!
And then there’s George…
My ears hurt and getting dizzy….
at least George took some time to back her up… probably because she’s not still long enough to really mate…
Good Morning All,
It’s looking like a Beautiful morning for a fight over the nest and of course Gorgeous George!
George came in about 5:37, looking all around.
He was back, working on the nest, calling loudly. Someone was answering from a distance
The chase continues…. Missy passed through before this one…
At least 3 birds flying around…
Guess this is going on for awhile
It started already…… Found Missy in the nest while it was still dark, about 4:17am. She sat there, checking all around, until the other female passed through about 5:15 and Missy flew out. You could hear challenges in the distance.
George stopped in about 5:36 and has been in and out.
Gonna be a long day, I’m guessing…………………
Looks a lot like Jane!
Found these from 2018…. of course, she may have changed, just as George has added speckles.
She was wet in the extended wing pic….
If it is her, where the heck does she winter???? Antarctica?
She must love where she summers…sipping margaritas…having a summer fling…..maybe hanging with this guy
Does look like Jane
Missy in and out
Unknown in and out
There’s been commotion most of the afternoon, mostly outside the nest
Meant to post this enlargement of second female
Continued through the evening.
Quick stop; flying past; in that distance shot, there are 3 osprey, 2 close together.
About 7:25, someone can be heard on the perch and has been alarming off and on.
It was going so well……………….
Someone is keeping Missy busy, dive bombing and flying over.
She’s in and out, chasing them
George is backing her up… in more ways than one!
He has a piece of plastic stuck across his right toes. Hopefully thin enough to break off
Lunch fish! Missy flies out.
George does his nestorating and sharpens his beak
Quietly enjoying the day…. may get to 60 later!
It sounds like the downstairs tenants have a brood. Chirping….
When the camera’s a’rockin don’t come a’knockin’!!!!!
Upstairs working on eggies @about 10:30….
Keep up the good work!
It looks like George has decided to like this girl, finally. I like her too. I am concerned about if/when Jane returns because if she returns as late as she did last year there could very well be eggs in this nest. It was close last year, I think, because J2 had been there for quite a while and then Jane ran her off and then there were no eggs and George needs to pass on his fabulous genes
There were eggs last year. Only one hatched and chick didn’t survive. But same dif. The whole late start was a problem.
Hoping for better season
Hi Paula, there were two eggs in this nest last year. Jane laid them on 5/24 and 5/29. Only one hatched and that chick did not make it.
I did not remember that!
I only know that out of all the nests I watch there was only one that fledged young last year and that was Charlo and we couldn’t see very well. I am hoping for a better year this year!
I am watching the Savannah nest this year and they are doing great so far. 2 chicks,1 egg and lots of fish!
I am hoping for a great year here too. George is my favorite!
Yes, Savannah is doing great. I am glad they only have the two chicks. Don’t hold your breath for Charlo. I wonder if they will turn that cam back on. It’s past the time the pair returns.
Fish delivery with foe hot on his “heels “
Where’s the fish?!
About twenty minutes later…..looks like George helped himself to a little more
Both birds were in @5:21, You could watch them coming, right behind the other, Missy first.
Now George is out and Missy is posing for us.
George flew in with a fish and someone right behind him. Guess he was interrupted eating, because after they yelled at the intruder, he took off again.
Missy seemed to know it wasn’t her turn
And breakfish is back.
Missy takes the good sized fish and out, with a good foothold!
George straightens the nest; a good chest push; and out
Fish for teatime has Missy smiling!
In by G and quick turnover and she’s out!
Ok,you are bested,…who do think she is…is there a possibility that Missy is a former babe,also do you think that this Missy Missy will have Super George eggs and babies.
Only the Shadow knows!
Just hope for permanence and a good season!
Honey, I’m home!
Later, Missy gets excited, just to be disappointed with a bedding delivery 🚚
George is really delivering the fish today….
He’s stopped playing games and just handing them over! Maybe she’s just learned how to respond, with the yapping that seems to be necessary….. so much fun trying to decode osprey manners!
George working on the perimeter…. right under the camera of course!
Building that privacy wall!….he does seem to favor that side!
@7:20, George delivers the fish 🐟…
Missy flew off with the fish in one foot, the “boot “ on the other…. hopefully it’ll drop off…. plastic, not fish!
Beautiful sunrise and osprey
She doesn’t seem to like what looks like landscape fabric…..moved it around…then it got stuck on her talons…..tripped her up
she Took off with fish and fabric…..hopefully it will come off!
While doing the egg bowl dance…George got a piece stuck
Looks like she returned with fabric still on
It’s annoying that stuff is suddenly available…. the nest was looking so pretty. The wind has picked up… maybe some will go!!! Hopehopehope!!!!
Yes…. I was going to comment on how pretty the nest looks this year…with a lot of soft natural material for the egg bowl
Then this happened….who brought it in?
Missy is wearing that plastic like a boot….
@7:20, George delivers the fish 🐟…
Missy flew off with the fish in one foot, the “boot “ on the other…. hopefully it’ll drop off…. plastic, not fish!
Good Sunday Morning OZ fans…..6:06 a.m. Patchoge Lady delivered egg number one….nice to watch! Hope you all have a nice day!
Thank you Marg!…our lady was hanging out in the nest so long…thought she was going to lay one
Hi Isabella – You are welcome Isabella! I’m in Smithtown and have been keeping an eye on OB, Patch & OZ….just a lucky look in this morning. Enjoy the day! 🙂
Hi Isabella, YW! I’ve been looking in with my first cup of coffee…she was showing all the signs….it was nice to watch her go through it. Fingers crossed for George & Missy!😍
Marg– thanks for sharing this. I keep checking the two pseg nests besides Oz every day. I have seen the Oyster Bay pair on the nest quite often. Very rarely have I caught the Patchogue pair on the nest. They must have been hanging out somewhere else. I don’t rewind or look far, so probably didn’t see any action on the nest. The first osprey egg on Long Island that we are aware of. Very exciting news. Now George and whoever he is with have to get their act together.
Hi nfc — YW – Looking forward to Oyster Bay chicks again this year. What a great view that is. Nice to see the bird action coming in and over the bay. Feeling so blessed with the gift of these cams. Hope you have a peaceful day! 🙂
You’re right nfc….thought oyster bay would be the first….here’s a pic of them watching their “grocery store “
I think the patchoque pair have been hanging out in my backyard and roof….hardly saw them on the nest
Again this year I can’t scroll back….all pics I post are as I “catch “ them
Btw….finally went to the arboretum….that tree nest is gone….a few osprey were flying around…one kept going to the tree….it was sad to watch
Also they were being chased by blackbirds…which they seem to be afraid of……at the arboretum and in the skies above my house…it seems to be outside of the nest area…they spend quite a bit of time chasing each other (the osprey)
This article may explain the “soap opera “at ospreyz and other nests
As much as I love scenic views like OZ and OB. it’s fascinating to watch human life going on right below, too!
Good Sunday morning!
Both birds were in about 5:38.
Missy busy rearranging the ever growing plastic collection.
It’s a calm morning, clouds on the horizon over a mirrored bay
Video having issues again. It keeps throwing my stream back to the beginning of the 12 hr. spool. So I’m calling it quits. See everyone tomorrow!
George got the memo…
Missy plops down and fish arrives. G doesn’t bother playing keep away….
She left with the fish in her beak…. always makes me nervous…. good luck!👍🏿
George is being told he’s doing a great job decorating but she really could use some fish….
Missy is on the perch, wheeping quietly.
George is bringing in sticks and worrying them in to place..
Missy drops down, tromping on G’s tail, so she can make her requests heard… and boy is she getting louder!
Yes… I noticed she has become quite the chatterbox!
George doing a little nest tweak before his lady shows up….a little mutual mid morning “snack”
Is he gone?……..hopefully third times the charm…..and yes yes yes ..turns into 🐣s 🐣s🐣s!
George was in @5:38, Missy about 10 mins later. Both left.
George passed through @6:07 with a fish. Another osprey flew after him.
Missy came @6:33, chirping…@6:35, G brought her breakfish and off she went, fish 🐠 in foot.
Missy worked her way around to bump G out of the eggcup.
Nice breeze rippling their feathers.
George has nothing but She has suggested dinner plans.
Probably hungry after losing the last fish.
Nice, George…. but not a fish
George brings a nice headless fish,. Missy just beat him in, yapping.
She took it out in her beak…….
And was back while he was still cleaning his beak, probably less than a minute. Now she’s telling him her sad tale.
Forgot to say she lost it
Oh no….missed that…
George seems to be mating more and she seems more receptive,
Missy is wheeping at him when he comes in and helping work on nest,
I think they are officially a couple.
Yay! I agree with you.
We just had hail on my side of the Island….waiting to see if it works its way to East Marion.
Lunch 🐠! Head and all! Wow!!!!
Missy brought seaweed for the nest…
George brought his best moves
So much for the forecast! Supposed to be raining…
George does some nestorating, with a helping beak from Missy and finds a fishtail. He’s working on it as I post
….and the fish 🐟 stands alone….
To the winner goes the fish…. Missy had even gone after George when he dropped done during the fight!
Now it’s time for breakfish…
Misplaced aggression,it’s quite common when there are intruders. Poor George, he just wanted to deliver that fish.
It was as if he was torn between backing her up and delivering fish “look what I have “.
Carol and June— you both caught some great pictures. I feel sorry for that female that was stepped on. That had to hurt. I don’t know who is who at this point. I hope George settles down with one female and some peace happens at this nest.
I don’t remember seeing that before… savage fighting but not that pin-to-the-mat move! And I was concerned for that bird too!
And I can’t say often enough….. less drama; 🥚s and 🐣s!!! That’s what we want!
We’ve had enough real life drama this past year+
We need some happy!
I have been watching OZ since 2015…there have been fights between Ospreys…Osprey being knocked off nest…once George had claw wound on his breast…never saw anything like this… hoping no major damage was done to the females wing…
7:37..another female ..I not sure who was who…was that J2 going after her..
Two females fighting. Looks like Missy on top.
G is in background with his fish.
Fortunately, the other bird took off
I hope she will be a good Mom as she is protecting her nest….
Terrific pictures, Thank you, CarolV!
George in with whole fish, tailed by Missy…
G takes off, with her right behind. I
Both birds were in about 5:37am. In and out.
George delivers some seaweed, while at least 2 osprey chase and circle above him. Crowded skies!
The nest has been empty most of the afternoon….
Hopefully they’re sheltered in the trees.
Wind 💨 and rain 🌧 to continue.
Looking damp around the edges….
Storms supposed to run through till tomorrow…..chilly and windy too.
I was watching the video on rewind because it was messing up this morning and then I got busy, but anyway, I know that I saw at least 2 different females and I really think I saw 3. George really is going to have his pick of the ladies. It will just be sad if he chooses someone and it’s almost egg laying time and Jane comes back and evicts her again!
These females have their claws out for sure !
Missy flew in with this…. thinking it’s a smooth piece of bark? Looks like one across fore nest. She moved to edge far right
Then George brought back the fish 🐠 Looks good sized.
No games… turned over in under 30secs. Enjoy your breakfish, Missy!
She was back in about 10 mins. Wonder what happened to fish………G attempted mating.
She flew out and brought a stick.
Another stick… decorating the nursery??? Anxious gramma anticipation!
Both are intent on happenings off to the right… have seen someone flying toward nest and veering off.
Video back about 8:40am………. Thank you, Admin and Video People…. still Aidan???
George landed with a fish; Missy was there and the games begin
I guess the video is down…. stuck at 4/14 @18:44…. for some reason, my phone shows 19:07….. not that it makes much difference….
Calling for a gloomy, rainy day, Was forecast that the rain would start overnight but it’s taking its time.
Hope everyone has a great day and will check in later to see what the birds are up to.
Good size fish 🐟 brought by G…
Someone landed behind him
And he’s off….
Video having issues all day… right now the timeline is almost 15 mins slow…. with the circle ⭕️ of doom popping in and out. So not sure we will see what happens with this fish
Carol, I reported the issue and it will be checked out tomorrow.
TY, Mary Anne, Can always count on you.
Thank you, Carol, yes, it is still Aidan taking care of the issues.
Well, I see the requisite shell has been placed in the nest. I don’t think it feels like home to George without a shell!
You’re right! Nest isn’t complete without it!
Posing for the fans
Somethings fishy…George and the live feed…(not the fish)😜
OK So two ladies have been visiting one with heavy front necklace and one that has a lighter necklace? I know it’s George by the dark dot under the left wing but I can’t figure out the Ladies
That’s the dilemma… just want one to stay and get busy with George and make pretty eggs! With 🐣 to follow!
No more dating games!
This latest one seems to be on track. They’re making progress…
The one in my pic…posing for the fans….seems to be the one staying
I think j2 has moved on and Jane hasn’t shown up
He may be acting odd but one thing stays the same… George is still a stud muffin.
No argument! He’s a handsome guy!
Absolutely – he is definitely a catch!
Video seems to be having a tantrum….
Caught these two just hanging out, looking comfortable together. Nice to see. Just want George to be settled
The birds were up early. I was not.
But I see that both were in about 5:30.
George brought a fish about 6:13 and turned it over without any fanfare. Missy took it to go.
She was back, fish in foot, about 6:26. There was a mating attempt and off she went again. Saying thank you?
She was busy futzing with the nest before breakfish
George and a gorgeous sunrise
Thought he was done with the bela lugosi
Doing the chicken dance
Trying for a little sunrise splendor……she wasn’t receptive…..really George I just ate
So he decided to sulk
Egg bowl prep
Your comments are cracking me up, Isabella!
And that’s the chicken dance for sure – lol!
Thanks ChrisH!…warms my heart to make someone smile 😊
I think we need to do a little comparison of the necklace of the Not Jane and compare her markings to … Gracie. Could it be? Or could it be one of George’s daughters?
Hi….so I have missed a week or so because I was traveling…I can figure out from the threads what is going on.
I assume it is George… but who is the new lady?
I think this is one of the other visitors… George was sure what to do with her. He flapped, chirped and flitted above her.
Make that NOT sure… he behaved himself
George is holding a fish,,,,She is on perch, wheeping
As soon as She jumped down, zoom…. the boy is gone…
She flew out too.
G came back, with Her right behind… appeared to be flyover…. they guarded together….
I swear she’s flying after him, nagging!
Next time around, She got it and wasted no time getting out
Sorry! Just realized I changed my name to George! Too early in the season to be going gaga!
Haha he is a role model 😀
I’m ready for my close up, Mr. deMille….
What’s my best angle?
Will be interesting to see if Jane shows up…..this (my opinion) is not j2…..her necklace looked like someone took black paint and brushed it on….pic of j2 from Mary Anne….if this one stays…since a lot of the action and confusion was during the fog….may I suggest the name Misty
Hi Isabella, it sure is confusing. I just hope George settles down with one of these ospreys. Lovely name suggestion, although I think the property owners enjoy naming the adults.
So far Tommy and Christina have chosen couples with George as the male partner….. hopefully, they will ask for suggestions, which could be fun.
My suggestions would be George and Amal (Clooney) or,,,
George and Mary (Bailey) “It’s A Wonderful Life”
Also, both are easy to type….((;^}}
“ Kay “ was the partner of George Gershwin , classic American composer 🎶
Kay is cute
That is a great name….
G was in with fish @ 8:50 or so. J2 was bothered by another O. Is this Jane? J2 came back seconds later.
Haven’t seen Jane so far…. several others tho. And not yet 100% on J2…. divided opinions.In any case, if this one stays, She will hopefully get her own name.
Pics of Jane….I don’t think this is Jane or j2……Jane has a heavy necklace…..would need to see underside of wing to be sure
We know who you are George!…..no more sticks up front!….at least we can identify George…even headless
Drifting off with his fish buddy…
Missy seems to have other things on her my nd…..
At least we know the fish are plentiful!
It’s there… might as well snack…..
Missy took off just after this
George took off without the fish and Missy still wasn’t interested. Full from her breakfish.