An OspreyCam Update

This season the pair returned to the nest in late April. Three eggs were spotted in early May. Two chicks hatched in early July. By early August the juveniles were testing their wings and by mid-month they were flying. The nest has been empty since late September.

The Museum of Natural History and Nova Scotia Power are pleased to host this intriguing look into the lives of Nova's Scotia's osprey.

NS Power and the Museum are proud of the fan base built by the OspreyCam over the years and we thank everyone for their on-going support for the OspreyCam.

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Thank you for watching

For 17 years, osprey have been returning to build a summer home on a platform constructed by Nova Scotia Power. Through this video stream, viewers may have the opportunity to watch nest building, egg laying, incubation, hatching, and feeding and fledging of the osprey chicks. Please keep in mind that the camera is to observe these wild birds in their natural environment.