Osprey at owl nest in Georgia, USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

1 February 2017

This morning marked another visit by an Osprey to the empty nest on the Great Horned Owl Savannah Cam. While Osprey visits have become more frequent, there’s still no telling if an Osprey breeding pair plans to use this nest as their own, as breeding season is still a ways away.

Mid Atlantic states, like Georgia, offer a longer window for Ospreys to breed than more northern areas where the breeding season is limited by colder temperatures. For example, studies have found that Osprey breeding pairs in North Carolina generally start laying eggs anywhere from mid-March to as late as June!

This camera livestream is a partnership between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Skidaway Audubon.

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