This photo, by Wilfried Solarz from the Netherlands, is about on osprey. It had been driven away by a young goshawk. But then, it almost collided with a grey heron; making the heron scream.
This video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:
26 September 2016
An Osprey visitor stopped by the Savannah Great Horned Owl Cam to rest after a successful hunt. In this clip, you can see the unlucky fish still flapping about. Unfortunately for the fish, Ospreys have barbed pads on the soles of their feet that help them grip their slippery prey.
This video from Hell Creek in Montana in the USA says about itself:
Male Osprey Delivers Half Eaten Fish To Female – Sept. 7, 2016
This clip shows the male Osprey (Louis) delivering a half eaten fish to the female (Iris). The Ospreys should be migrating south at any moment!
This 21 September 2016 video shows an osprey catching a flatfish, near Oostvoorne in the Netherlands.
Diego Jansen made this video.
This 14 September 2016 video is by Albert Westerhuis in the Netherlands. Mr Westerhuis has a white stork nest in his backyard. Suddenly, he saw an osprey on autumn migration to Africa land on that nest.
In this Dutch 8 September 2016 video, wildlife warden Hanne Tersmette goes to Naardermeer nature reserve; to look for ospreys which migrate now from Europe to Africa.
I have been privileged to see a migrating osprey at the Naardermeer a few years ago.
This 4 August 2016 Dutch video shows that today the young osprey in Biesbosch national park, the first one ever born in the Netherlands as far as is known, has been flying for the first time.