This is a 2013 osprey video from the Basque country in Spain.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA today:
It’s official. After over a month of on-cam courtship, an Osprey pair has laid a clutch of eggs and claimed the Savannah, Georgia, nest for the 2017 breeding season. These Ospreys are the third species to use this nest in the past 4 years, following Bald Eagles in 2013 and Great Horned Owls in 2014 and 2015.
Tune in to the Savannah Osprey Cam to watch these new nesters dine on fresh fish as they venture through the breeding season. The Ospreys have already laid three eggs and will now focus on incubation duties over the next month. Assuming everything goes as planned, the eggs should begin hatching sometime in the second week of May.