Keeping the Eggs Warm

These beautiful Osprey finally have a pleasant sunny day at last to sit on their nests to keep their eggs warm. The eggs are expected to hatch in about three weeks just in time for warmer spring days for the hatchlings. We'll return to capture some pictures of the parents and their youngsters as they grow and mature into adult osprey.

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Anonymous says ... on Monday, Apr 30 at 6:36 PM

Wellesley Island near DeWolf Point State Park-Thousand Islands-Lake of the Isles?

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