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.
5/13/13 - I have been out of town for the past couple of days taking care of my Mom. I leave tomorrow to head north. I'm a "snow bird"! Because of that the posting will be slim for some time. Please keep the pictures rolling in. I will post as soon as I can when I get to Delaware.
and of course, check out our FaceBook page
Love all of your support for the birds! Sparky Jones
5/11/13 - Looking around at the world!
5/10/13 - Chick looking around. Female is on the perch, probably waiting for male to bring breakfast. SJ
5/9/13 - Chick getting "early bird dinner special" - SJ
5/8/13 - We are missing another chick. We don't know if this chick is missing because of predators. lack of nutrition, or natural causes. Let's hope the female, Pinella, does a good job taking care of the last chick.
If you like ospreys, you will love this video!
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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.