In the picture above you see the male on the left and the female on the right. The female is generally larger and has brown speckles or "necklace" on her chest. The FaceBook viewers named our female Pinella and the male Stirling. We are now on FaceBook !!! Check it out.
5/20/13 - Big fish for an excited chick! SJ
5/19/13 - I'm back in Delaware and finally have my computer up and running! Thanks for all of the wonderful pictures you all sent while I was offline. Sparky Jones
5/17/13 - TweetDreams1 took a fabulous picture of the chick with a full tummy and a full crop. Obviously the male, Stirling, is doing a great job bringing in the fish.
5/16/13 - Gerrie sent this great picture of Pinella and the chick apparently watching for Stirling to bring more fish.
5/15/13 - Marlene Spence took a picture of a very protective mom. Must have been some predators in the area.
5/11/13 - Looking around at the world!
If you like ospreys, you will love this video!
While you're at it, click on Snap Picture at the upper right corner of the image and then move the picture to your desktop and e-mail it to us to use. We can all see your fine work which will be posted in the NestingNotes.
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The nest/platform is located on the Pinellas Trail near the Dunedin Stirling Links Golf Course in Dunedin Florida. Check out wonderful Dunedin!
Contact Us: DunedinOspreyCam@Sunchasers.us or call 703-303-4606 with any questions or concerns.