All Things Come

Someone once asked me if I was ever able to capture our local Mamma Osprey feeding her young. Because of the angle/distance I have to shoot at from below the nest, for a very long time the chicks were impossible to see during feedings. And by the time they grew tall enough to be seen... Continue Reading →


A Powerful Balance

The powerful balance of these amazing wild birds... Take my breath away. (Single chick Osprey family, Wychmere Harbor on June 30, 2018) ❤

With Their Eyes to the Skies

Well the baby O's sure are growing, looking more adult like with each passing day. When I pull in to visit, I usually find them perching along the edge of the nest. Flapping their wings more and more, and looking about in all directions. Their keen focus something they have learned from Mamma O. Yet... Continue Reading →

The Cry of an Osprey

Ospreys cry. And they cry a lot. Sometimes there's an "intruder" osprey threatening a nest, a hawk or an owl lurking about. During mating season, male and female partners can often be heard calling back and forth to one another. But if you live near an active osprey nest, and you have ever wondered why... Continue Reading →

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