Robyn s live cam

Posted by / 01-Feb-2015 14:38

Robyn s live cam

Ospreys are the only birds of prey that rely almost entirely on fish, so they nest and raise their chicks near water.They return to Hog Island each year in early April after wintering in South America.The second Osprey nest camera is located on a boat house.After the eggs hatch, the parents brood the chicks, protecting them from extreme weather and predators.

Best Viewing Hours 24/7 Tune in even at night and check out the infrared view!This Osprey nest is perched atop a 30 foot tower located at the Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island.The camp, which has been operating since 1936, and offers bird watching and nature walk trips.Hog Island is home to more than just osprey birds; Arctic Terns, Loons, Eiders, Hummingbirds and Northern Parulas are just some of the 200 species of birds that live on and around the island. The original cam shows the nest ospreys Rachel and Steve, and is located on top of a 30-foot tower.The parents are great providers of fish, hovering 30-100 feet above the sea, before plunging feet first under water, snagging the fish with their sharp talons.

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