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Hog Island Osprey Update

As you know, this past weekend has been quite stressful for Rachel, Steve, and Bailey. Below is the most recent update from Steve Kress explaining what has happened and where Bailey is now. “This was another very eventful day for the Hog Island ospreys.   The wasp nest in the osprey nest continued to be

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Live Chat with Dr. Rob Bierregaard 7/25!

Tomorrow, July 25th, we are pleased to host a live chat with Dr. Rob Bierregaard at 1 pm PT/ 4 pm ET! Dr. Rob Bierregaard will be here to answer all your osprey related questions live! Please make sure you submit any/all questions that you have directly on this blog post to ensure that we are able

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My Time on Hog Island: Abigail Muscat

By: Abigail Muscat Arriving at the dock in Bremen, ME, I couldn’t contain my excitement. Thinking about the fact that I was about to spend a week on an island in Muscongus Bay looking at birds as part of the Coastal Maine Bird Studies for Teens Camp — it was a dream come true. I

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Daily Dose of Love: I Spy Osprey!

More Like Osprey Spies Us! Our cover has been blown! We’ve been made! Looks like we, the spectators, have become the watched. All of this makes sense when you come to think about how an osprey has a keen sense of eyesight. They use their sharp sight as their primary hunting tool in order to

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Daily Dose of Love: And The Osprey Chicks’ New Names Are….!

Drumroll Please! We asked YOU to help name Rachel and Steve’s three osprey chicks! Well almost 200 entries came in and were tallied and selected by dedicated Osprey Cam moderators and camera operators. So let’s say hello (again!) to chicks Aspen, Sierra, and Bailey! Sticking with tradition, the brood was named in honor of others:

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