Finally Getting Some Action!

With the number of trees (about 9,000!) that were lost on the island due to the hurricane, tropical storm, and tornados of September and October, you would think that a great nest like this would be scooped up quickly, but even though owls, hawks, ospreys and even vultures have been frequent visitors, no one has moved in yet. However, we hope that’s about to change!

Lately, a pair of Ospreys have been visiting daily, and have been building up the nest material. They have even been seen mating at the nest, and we’re keeping our fingers crossed that they may take up residence!

We haven’t got the dvr capability working this year, and are working hard on it since we know everyone wants to be able to look back and see what they might have missed… Stay tuned!


1 Response

  1. Hi I think you could of put a camera where the owls are Montana did it I know you people know where they are not many are watching the Ospreys we want the owls to many osprey cams we really miss them that nest is not safe for the owls to many crows they would have attached them so please get the owls back they are close by Thank you