The second of the three Osprey chicks has flown for the first time today, August 1st! Here’s an update from our partners at Audubon: After all the excitement and attention of the first Hog Island Osprey fledge on July 31st, of course a sibling wouldn’t be far behind to try it! The very next day
Exciting news from Hog Island! The first of the Hog Island Osprey chicks has fledged this morning, July 31st at 6:07am PDT. There is speculation over whether it was Poole or Pan who was the first to show up their feathered siblings by taking flight out over the Hog Island waters. What do you think?
Osprey expert Dr. Rob Bierregaard is back to answer your questions LIVE on Thursday, July 24 at 6 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. PT. Join the hangout at explore.org‘s Osprey Cam by posting your questions in the comments section and refreshing your browser during the live chat! We’re fast approaching the next phase in the lives of the three Hog Island osprey chicks.
From our Hog Island Audubon Partners – the chicks will soon fledge! The three Hog Island osprey chicks stand at the edge of the nest, flap their wings, and peer into the distance. Now that Poole, Pan, and Pia are approaching 7 weeks of age they prepare for the next phase in their lives by exercising those
Amazing job guys! Check out the five best Osprey Live Cam photos from our viewers’ snapshots this week! The Whole Family, from KalCat Bird’s Eye View, from jadeh Feasting on Fish, HAG Rachel Provides a Shield of Protection, GAngel I Think I Can Fly!, Birdy Girl Thank you for your keen eyes and fast fingers. Keep the snapshots from the