American webcam osprey lays first egg

This video from the USA says about itself:

First Egg is Laid at the Savannah Osprey Cam – March 8, 2018

The Osprey breeding pair in Savannah, Georgia have their first egg! Watch the female unveil the egg for the first time in the late afternoon hours of March 8.

Compared to last year, the Ospreys are getting an early jump on the breeding season. In 2017, the on-cam pair’s first egg didn’t arrive until March 27!

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Osprey feeding, video

This 14 November 2017 video shows an osprey feeding.

Michael de Vries in the Netherlands made this video.

Osprey in Sweden video

This video shows an osprey in Sweden.


Osprey in Sweden

This video is about an osprey in Sweden.


Osprey in the USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

7 June 2017

30 minutes of an Osprey or Fish Eagle calling, perching and preening up close. A meditation for cats and people to admire this impressive raptor that eats only fish!


Five young ospreys born in Dutch national park

This is a Hungarian osprey video.

Translated from Dutch Vroege Vogels radio:

Friday June 16, 2017

At the nests of the two osprey couples (Pandion haliaetus) in the Biesbosch national park of the State Forestry Department, together five young birds have hatched. At the nest of the new couple on the high-voltage mast, three chicks have hatched; and two young birds of prey are growing up in the tree nest. …

Day after day, the birds are catching successfully big roach and bream fish.


Osprey parental feeding of chicks, video

This video from the USA says about itself:

All Three Osprey Chicks Perk Up For Monday Morning Fish – June 12, 2017

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This Osprey nest is at the mouth of the spectacular Hellgate Canyon at the edge of Missoula, Montana. It’s in a very busy location, right outside the Riverside Health Care Center and next to busy parking lots, a construction site, a busy highway, and a railroad. However, it’s also an ideal location in many ways, since these Ospreys have riverfront property only about 50 feet from the Clark Fork River. Being so close to people does not bother them, and hundreds of people enjoy watching them every day.

The female Osprey at this nest is called Iris because she has very distinctive spots on her iris, especially in her left eye.