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April 01, 2015


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Oh, I like the close-up view of the nest! It should make for some great viewing of the chicks when they arrive.

Thank you for what you are doing to allow us to watch this nest, and for looking into the camera issues.

Fred Collins

Dad is standing over and watching the egg. I seem to remember that brooding is not continuous until the last egg is laid. So, if true, we should expect to see at least one more egg. Let's hope!

Carol C

Is that why they don't sit on the egg. Seems weird.

Judith Hart

Do I see TWO EGGS?

Judith Hart

Sorry, I was mistaken, the feed had double image eggs.


Are these the same pair as last year?


Definitely two eggs now!


I just saw the changing of the guard and there are definitely two eggs. Are the eggs brown and white or are they just dirty?


Osprey eggs are colored brown and white

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