Osprey Photo Gallery

Order: Accipitriformes Family: Accipitridae Genus: Pandion Species: Pandion haliaetus

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r2kay

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fredmuckmyer

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fredmuckmyer

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TpaBayWS

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fredmuckmyer

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fredmuckmyer
Looks like an adult and baby.
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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
Osprey's show up every year to use this nest
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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
Might have been a second one nearby which was very vocal, maybe a young one?
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JUNPonline
First sighting of the year, was actively hovering looking for food.
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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
The nest was built on top of one of the medal poles near the dock in the Potomac River.
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Zebscountry

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JUNPonline
Saw three babies and one adult in the next, 2 other adults flying overhead
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JUNPonline
Likes to perch on this dead tree in the middle of a swamp next to a busy Rocky Lake road, lakes neaby where it probably caught this fish.
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JUNPonline
Large nest, osprey's return to it each year, at busy intersection of Rocky Lake dr and Duke st
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JUNPonline
In Bedford Business Park, doesn't seem to mind the traffic.
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JUNPonline

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vmcampbell

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iiagavin
Didn't see any young hatchlings yet, probably visible soon.
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JUNPonline
Heard and saw it from a distance.
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JUNPonline
Birds are nesting on a communication tower near the ponds across from Eielson AFB runway
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aptk_2000
Next to busy intersection in bedford Rocky Lake business park. First Osprey sighting this year.
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JUNPonline

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montecristo
I think this it the baby, one parent seen in the distance
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JUNPonline
Also known as known as the sea hawk or fish eagle. Saw at least 4 of them. Not far from Papermill Lake outfall, probably some minnows from it feeding them.
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JUNPonline

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JUNPonline
maybe caught a mackeral in the photo
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JUNPonline