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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:

UPDATED: Osprey Chicks Naming Contest!

If you have been watch the Hog Island Audubon Osprey Live Cam, then you have noticed we have three sweet new osprey chicks! Rachel and Steve have been such incredible parents, as you have probably witnessed, and so we thought it would be a great time to name the three chicks! To help get those creative

Rachel feeds her three chicks

Name The Three Osprey Chicks!

Rachel and Steve have three fluffy new chicks on their Audubon Osprey Nest! As part of explore tradition, we’re leaving it to you to help name them!

Steve and Rachel remain alone on their nest

Audubon’s Steve Kress Provides Insight on Osprey Chicks

The Hog Island Osprey Nest and its viewers were shocked on Friday when an eagle took both young osprey chicks from their nest in the afternoon hours. Project Puffin Director Dr. Steve Kress provides his insight and gives context on why the eagle attack may have occurred, including a first hand account from staff on

Rachel and Steve keep vigil on the nest

Charlie’s Words on the Osprey Chicks

The Hog Island Osprey Nest and its viewers are saddened today as what appeared to be an eagle took both young osprey chicks from their nest in the afternoon hours Friday. Explore founder Charlie Annenberg reflects on a nest that feels so much emptier tonight.

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