This video from the USA says about itself:
Anhinga Dries Off In Sunny Savannah, Georgia – Jan 15, 2019
The Savannah cam caught this Anhinga, a distinctive waterbird, hanging out to dry below the cam’s vacant nest. When Anhingas aren’t slyly swimming through shallow waters with only their head sticking out, they are easy to spot drying out their waterlogged feathers in sunny areas. Look around the borders of lakes and ponds with forested edges for a sunning bird.
This 15 January 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
First Osprey Visit of the Year to the Savannah Nest! | Skidaway Audubon | Cornell Lab
An Osprey visited the Savannah nest twice this morning, even bringing some nesting material on the second visit. It’s still unknown whether a pair will take to the new nest site, but we’re all excited at the potential!
That’s amazing. Since my username/musical moniker has the word “Osprey” in it, I’m compelled to check out that post. Hahaha!
Yes, ospreys, also other birds, have often nested or stayed at that nest.