A job well done. My heartfelt thanks to the brave rescuers. I have come to love this osprey family and I look in on them several times every day. I’m glad that they are happy and safe again.
My heros! Thank-you!
I finally got a chance to sit down and watch the rescue video and all I can say is WOW! This was truly amazing! The babies have gotten so big and to see how they allowed someone to come so close was heartwarming. Thank you Paul and Tommy for this awesome footage!
Great job… BTW where can we get one of those snappy osprey zone hats?
Incredible,so incredible, cannot give enough thanks to Paul, Tommy, et al,; this has been such a profound experience for myself and family; love and hugs to all of the OspreyZone family!
BEAUTIFUL VIDEO,` THANK YOU.
I also enjoyed the rescue video
Thanks so much for a good job
This is lovely
Love the video, I will be watching it a few more times for sure.
I think there is a windshield wiper in the next, good grief..
You guys are handsome devils! OK, a little humor??
I meant nest not next ..
I have tears in my eyes! What a wonderful video…All’s well that ends well. Thanks to everyone.
The final version of the rescue is excellent. Nice job! Just wondering if they wouldn’t mind going up again and putting name badges on them. I can never tell which is which. LOL.
I have learned so much about Ospreys from this website. There are many Osprey web cams on the Internet but this has been the most educational and interesting one that I’ve found. Congratulations!
I was so happy to see such a wonderful rescue of an Osprey in distress. To all of the people who took action to help in a kind and compassionate manner I say a very heartfelt ” thank you.”
Awesome updated rescue video – kudos and many thanks to all! I am a fan of the peregrine falcon U of Pitt web cam and was delighted to move onto the Osprey Zone site for non stop live bird viewing March – August! Best regards and thank you, Tommy.
Thank you Paul and otheres for everything it takes to share this wonderful Osprey family with us! What a treat to find this in my e mail! Love the names too!
Liked the new rescue video.
I am so glad I saw that rescue. All of you are wonderful to be so kind and compassionate to the life that shares the Earth with us . A very heartful thank you to all of you. Marie
Awesome! What an emotional day that was. New footage and interviews provide wonderful background to the event. Thanks.
Just viewed new tape…like many of us brought tears of joy..Thank You Paul for making this possible..
Just watched the rescue for the first time and I am left with tears in my eyes. Thank you so much for freeing him… Just amazing
I just saw the osprey rescue and what a great job they did to help those young juvenile Ospreys . I guess this can happen in a lot of osprey nest where one of them gets tangled in something but you cannot have cameras every where. But they did have a camera on this nest.
The importance of bringing your trash home instead of overboard or overland.
Thank you, thank you. A clean nest and camera lens is a magnificent thing.
None of the birds seem to be even annoyed by your presence which surprised me.
Thanks to all involved. I’m surprised at how well it was handled without the birds getting flustered. A big thanks to Paul.
Just saw the entire tape. Those men were awesome! And Paul, thanks for your caring.
good job guys now at least they will have a chance soon they will be flying.
so happy for a job well done. thank you so much for a memorable summer treat. hope for another, better year next year! than you again with more babies
It was a wonderful surprise to check back into the Ospreyzone and to see that highlight video of the rescue. My hat goes off to those involved in that rescue….I am grateful for the Ospreyzone as it really gave me an insight and my grandkids as well a firsthand look at Mother Nature at her finest. God Bless
We are watching this saga unfold from Connecticut.
Wow! Its sure is great to see some good news for a change.
No shootng lions or hit and runs or beheadings.
We sit and watch the live feds for hours.
Thanks so much for saving the family.
Say good night Gracie. Good night Gracie..
When did the third baby die?
Back in the beginning of July. A bit of sibling rivalry.
Not sure when the runt died. He was basically pecked to death by the other two. Apparently that’s normal behavior for ospreys. Nonetheless it was heart wrenching to watch. 🙁
God Bless you three guys that went in to do the rescue of the fishing line on the leg of the chick. Y’all are Natures Angels. Thanks again for all you did. Love n Peace
Thank You ❤? Thank You❤?Thank You❤? You All ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great, humanity thanks you. Where do they go in the Winter?
What wonderful. caring people. Kudos to all of them . There is alot of love in this world
great job, thanks guy’s, and I won’t mind paying my electric bill now, keep up the good work
Thank you so much to all the people who helped in freeing the bird’s leg. And many thanks to Paul Henry who set up the stream to allow us bird watchers the opportunity to view the chicks.
Someone asked what the “white round thing” was in the video… There were numerous shells in the nest. Since they’re not man-made I left them there. I did not see any remains of the third chick.
Hello Jim, thanks so very much for all you did!! I’m curious – was that the first time you did an osprey rescue?! I was also wondering if there were any remains of the little runt. Poor thing! But, I’m so happy the chicks were untangled. So, was the other chick tangled in that red twine as well?
This was my fourth osprey rescue. I’ve also done great horned owl, red tailed hawk, swan, cormorant, loon, deer, opossum, fox, seagul, and a few other animals. This was the first time in a bucket truck though. I did not see any remains of the third osprey. I cleaned up all the junk I could find and there were no osprey remains.
Oh My, that was wonderful?
I was so happy that I was watching when the ‘rescue’ started. And I called my nephew over to watch it with me as it took place. He had just walked in and asked me about “our ospreys.” Later on last night I rewound and watched it all over again. Love it!! THANK YOU all so very much for doing this, Paul!!!
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU you can’t say this enough times to the men that were involved in this great rescue. Such a heart warming ordeal from human to mother nature. YOU GUYS WERE JUST GREAT.
I’m in tears thank u PSE&G
We are all so grateful for what you did for these amazing and beloved birds….You are our heroes!
Great Job!! Thank you!!
Awesome! Thank you.
Job well done.Thank so much for saving the baby,So nice to see what humans can do.Love you all for this
Amazing rescue. Love you guys. How wonderful for you to be able to touch and rescue. Xo
So very happy to see the rescue! Thanks to the brave men who took part!! I am thrilled!!!
Kudos to everyone involved in this rescue effort! Lucky for this chick to be in a nest with a camera. Think of all of the birds who perish every year due to carelessly discarded trash!
Thank you for saving the baby, you are heroes !!
Absolutely wonderful video! Thanks to the crew from PSEG, the Osprey chick they rescued will be flying soon. Makes me proud to be a human.
Wow! If that was the “down & dirty” I can hardly wait to see the final version. Fantastic! Does anyone know what the white round thing in the middle of the nest was? I was wondering if it was remains of the little guy;
This was a stunnng video! We have been worried out here and are so grateful for your sharing this. This is a beautiful example of your area’s people and their love and dedication to these magnificent raptors. Thank you so much.
This was a stunning rescue! I have been so worried and this shows the love and dedication of people in your area for these magnificent raptors. Thank you for sharing this! Job well done, all of you.
Just wonderful to watch. Thank you so much for helping these beautiful baby raptors! There are still many heroes among us!
Luckily for me, i had tuned in yesterday at precisely the time the rescue was to start; but i wanted to see these highlights anyway. Such wonderful cooperation to pull this off. “The gloved one”, who ever he is, was efficient and industrious and gentle. Lucky birds!!! I thought the adults would have been dive bombing the nest, worried about their talons hurting the rescuers. Luckily, the Chicks themselves just “chilled” and let the work be done.
I echo all the other bloggers who say WELL DONE!! and THANK YOU and isn’t it a delightful moment to see humans helping out these ospreys; the ospreys that give us so much joy as they wheel and call in the sky!!
sent July 31st @ 3PM
“Thank you” just does not seem enough. Both chicks would have died, had this intervention not taken place. God bless everyone involved. It’s just amazing!
(I, too, will never complain again about PSEG; well, I can’t promise that, ha-ha.)
Unbelievable video, and an impressive undertaking. Wonderful people in this world.
I expect this video to go viral on the world stage.
Heart felt thanks to all that helped in the rescue. It’s people like you, that proves their are still wonderful & kind hearted people in the world.
No words……. Just a fantastic experience for all of us. Thanks for sharing.
Simply amazing….One of the most amazing video I’ve ever seen. Thanks for sharing…and saving this little guy…
Thank you, thank you and thank you again for the rescue. I was misty eyed watching the awesome rescue video!
I thought I heard Gracie yesterday calling in the background and listened to her again in this video. She is a super mom! This rescue gets more intriguing each time I watch it. This was special as we get to see the heroes! Thanks for the rescue efforts and the superhuman effort of getting this video together so quickly!
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