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 Post subject: Re: MISC OSPREY ~ 2009
PostPosted: Sat Nov 07, 2009 12:38 pm 
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Boy do they have a bowl started there
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Thanks kitten and thank you Judit... :!:

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KITTEN...YOU ROCK...YOU ARE MY HERO :bow :bow

WOW how does that work? :? Maybe it will work with other cams :think

If it stays up for a couple of weeks, maybe it can have it's own thread.

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 Post subject: Re: MISC OSPREY ~ 2009
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I added Cape Coral's second link to the OSPREY CAM LINKS thread.

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 Post subject: Re: MISC OSPREY ~ 2009
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The page with the Axis viewer does not work at all on my computer. Not with Firefox, not with IE7. :evil:
Same happened with the CC Eagle cam, so I stopped watching them.
The new link is perfect, and is a great "gateway" to other cams with animals. ;)


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Ospreys at the CC nest this morning...
Big difference in size ;)


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Ive been watching these 2 all morning have a 22 inch screen its like they are in my bedroom.i love it.

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MVGIRL :wave5: Nice to have winter ospreys to watch :cheer Hope you get out on this amazingly beautiful day to take some of your great photos

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Thanks Jazzel,

I actually took a walk yesterday up in Aquinnah and Chilmark.It was wonderful, didnt see any wildlife so I took seascape and foliage shots instead.Talked to my neice last week at the Trustee's Office because I was delivering ink.She asked how Moffet was doing and I told her Id just got my newsletter from Felix Neck and he made the front page.A nicely written article called "On the Move with Moffet"
She told me that pretty soon they will be getting Snowy White Owls out at the Chappaquidick location and she would call me when they showed so I can take pix of them.Im so excited I cant wait.I also volunteered to record data on live and deceased birds out there with her team.Wish it was a more permanent job, but it will be nice to help out.I have discovered in the last 2 weeks several more Osprey nests here on MV that Id not known about before.One is on a Land Bank property with a trail that goes past it about 10 ft away.I will be camping out there in the spring :lol:
Ill post owls when I get them.The day was gorgeous!!! will it last?

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Now what in the world could that be in there :lol:
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The Answer :okleaves: :P
Something for the nest 8-)


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KITTEN, The only thing that limits what an osprey will bring to the nest, is the osprey's ability to carry the object :lol: This does not mean it will remain in the nest, it may very well be removed...normal nesting ritual. Whatever it is, it looks benign...that's all that counts :!:

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Ewwww what is that in the nest??? Could it be a rodent? I hear they will hunt rodents at times.maybe its a rat and they mistook the tail for a big stick.lol

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Mvgirl wrote:
Ewwww what is that in the nest??? Could it be a rodent? I hear they will hunt rodents at times.maybe its a rat and they mistook the tail for a big stick.lol


Ospreys do not bring food to the nest at this stage...and ospreys never leave food on the nest (this whatever :lol: has been on the nest all day ). I've never heard of ospreys hunting rodents, where did you get that information? Maybe southern Florida osprey do (they are resident). :hmmmm We are always learning.

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I dont remember where I read Jazzel that they sometimes would go for rodents.It may have been on the internet.Or could have been the book I just finished.I was just as surprised at hearing it too.
Im watching the nest this morning and it looks like that black stuff you put under shingles.

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Mvgirl wrote:
I dont remember where I read Jazzel that they sometimes would go for rodents.It may have been on the internet.Or could have been the book I just finished.I was just as surprised at hearing it too.
Im watching the nest this morning and it looks like that black stuff you put under shingles.


I was at a MassAudubon meeting on Ospreys last week and someone said they saw an osprey chasing a rabbit :shock: but no proof :roll: . You never know :lol:

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Oh I found it in my folder of Osprey site bookmarks this is where I read it.
http://www.naturia.per.sg/buloh/birds/Pandion_haliaetus.htm

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Maybe Jazzel it mostly depends on how hungry they are.They probably feed mainly on fish and stuff from the ocean.But im sure if one is very hungry and no fish around it would go after a snake or rodent.
But Id bet its under xtreme circumstances.

Im off to take some pictures.new adapter and new filter~ :thumbsup:

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Cape Coral...Adding some sticks

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