Saturday, March 01, 2014

UPDATE: Osprey Pair Using The New Nest Platform


This photo was taken yesterday afternoon, 28 FEB 2014.

If you know this story, you know why we are so happy to see these ospreys using the nest platform here on the campus of Cedar Key School.


If you don't know this story, click HERE to see how the tale began.

8 comments:

Mark P said...

That is pretty cool.

The online news magazine Slate mentioned an eagle cam that's located not too far from us on the campus of Berry College. They have babies.

robin andrea said...

A wonderful update! Such good news.

edifice rex said...

Woooooooooo!! so cool!

Minnie said...

Thanks for news of the osprey's return. You and your fellows deserve another round of applause for saving this nesting spot.

Here in the lower Tidewater, a nearby osprey nest built on a transmission tower has succumbed to winter's depredations helped along by neighboring bald eagles availing themselves of handy nesting material. I'm looking forward to the osprey's reaction when they return, probably any day now, or at least soon after our latest (last, please) winter storm.

Rose Petals Nursery said...

Feel proud PURE FLORIDA...you are making a difference in our little neck of the woods....thank you!

Deb said...

Nice! Osprey nesting platforms have made a big difference here in MN.

Wally Jones said...

What good news in this continuing good story!
Pretty adaptable birds.

SophieMae said...

Saw this headline and had to read to see if it was you. ;) Amusing story.

http://www.nbc-2.com/story/19861761/teacher-injured-in-airborne-fish-attack