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June 25, 2012


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Love the new camera position! the river is beautiful and can see the birds flying around!


What a nice neighborhood to raise a family.

Carolyn Groves

It is a beautiful view. Every now and then you do catch a shot of the birds. Thank you Alcoa.


Let's give KUDOS to Dad "Oscar" too..

Can't be an easy job feeding a wife and triplets ;)

Love the new view as well :)


Thanks for the nice new view:) &, yes, she is an excellent mom!!

Elizabeth Rieder

That view is great and so calming. Thanks, and I agree with everyone Oscar and Oliviea are great parents, Riding herd on those busy rowdy three can be a big job. I was so glad to see the flight of the little one who seemed like she would never take that big step. It was so funny, like "gee that fun,I am going to do it again" as she took three great sweeps across the dam and back again.
I hope Miss Spider got her gang off and crawing. She sure left a web full of prey for them to feast on. I would not want to be the one to pull all that web off.If that is just a wood spider fine,but if it is a brown recluse, bad deal. Be careful.

Darlene Nichols

Everybody is home and waiting for dad to bring dinner.....beautiful view from new camera angle............how'd you do that?

Mick Harrington

suggestion: reposition your logo. It's
right on top of the nest and blocks the view of the nest and the activity of the

Jersey Nana

I check on them nearly every day. What am I going to do when they are gone? I certainly am going to miss them. I will look forward to next year's chicks. Thank you so much for this opportunity, It was totally amazing and rewarding.


Oscar just keeps bringin' fish!!!


Good parenting continues. Nice to watch.


Thanks, Alcoa.The view is so great,truly a window on their world.


Beautiful new view today. I loved catching glimpses of the newly fledged Ospreys. Thanks Alcoa. Hope to get some good video tomorrow.


Two being fed a mid-afternoon snack. Does that me the eldest is catching his/her own food? Great view. Thanks again Alcoa.

Elizabeth Rieder

7:18pm Oscar just arrived with a still kicking large fish for Oliviea to feed the gang who all landed within a minute or two. Poor fish was still flapping. Talk about fresh fish. They all three seem to be eager to get their share. Oscar left to round up a bit more for dinner.


Sorry to be negative but these guys are not preening - they are attacking
something such as fleas or ticks in their nests. Both the eagles and the ospries have pulled out tuff over and over such as I would do with scratching a mosquito bite. They go back to the same spot over and over. That is not preening - that is desperation to alleviate foreign bodies. The eagles especially seemed to have a bad time - didn't you see them pull out great pieces of tuff in desperation?

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