Thank you for posting this. Ospreys are such amazing creatures.
The two chicks at Hellgate have left the nest. The younger of the two, known as “Miles” (band E3), fledged on Sunday, August 11, 2013, around 7:35 A.M. Several viewers captured the exciting moment. …
The next morning, “Taylor” (band E5) took to the skies at 6:48. Since then, both youngsters have been back to the nest to be fed by their parents. Watch the Osprey nest, and catch up on details, at http://allaboutbirds.org/mtosprey.
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