Osprey, vultures in Savannah, USA


This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

25 January 2017

We haven’t seen a Great Horned Owl at the nest in a while, but an Osprey made an appearance this morning at the empty nest on the Savannah Great Horned Owl Cam. Only time will tell if a pair of Great Horned Owls (or Ospreys) will call the nest their own in 2017.

This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

26 January 2017

There was quite a commotion at the vacant nest on the Savannah cam today. A small flock of roosting Turkey Vultures was quickly driven away by an Osprey, and more exchanges soon followed. If you watch closely, the Osprey seems to add some nesting material on more than one occasion. While it’s still too early to tell if the Great Horned Owls (or any birds) will occupy the nest in 2017, it’s nice to see a few inquiring visitors.

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