Still here!

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The two osprey have been seen together quite regularly. They have built up quite an impressive nest.  The male can be identified from the female by his slimmer body and narrower wings. The breast band of the male is also weaker than the females. It is possible they have begun a courtship. A pair usually begins a more »

Pair of Osprey spotted

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Yesterday while our tech was on site resetting the Osprey cam (we had a power outage due to a wind storm) he spotted a pair of Osprey. It is quite possible that we may see the pair mate and settle on the nest. I will keep you posted with any pictures we may be able more »

Pobably a Male

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Male Osprey on Nest The Osprey on the nest is most probably a male. He has built up the nest quite a bit in hopes of attracting a female. He has been on the nest consistently for the last few days. If we do get a female who lays eggs this could be the latest more »

Nest Construction

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Well, it has been a rough spring here in Montana. Very wet and grey weather. Usually in the spring we have quite a few Western Tanager reports but we have not had a single one yet this year. After viewing the nest today it does look like someone may be building on it. Could it more »

The Camera is now Operational

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The camera has been up for four days now and we have seen a few Geese around but none have nested. The four eggs that were in the nest disappeared last Saturday night probably falling victim to predation. The weather here in Montana is warming up and spring is well on it’s way.     more »

 
 
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