Juvenile Osprey All Grown Up

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We visited the osprey nest in the Park yesterday. There are usually three juveniles and two adults flying in and out. Waited about an hour and got a photo shoot with only one juvenile. The rest were out fishing and enjoying the beautiful day! They grow so fast. This one is huge already!

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  1. At Brigantine Wildlife Refuge (Forsythe), most immatures have flown. They usually depart for winter quarters before parents. The single (third-hatched) in the nest-cam nest at Leeds Eco-Trail was acting as though Mama and Papa should bring lunch. They were elsewhere, probably keeping an osprey-eye on the youngster. No other nests had young. Those parents were looking like humans when the last child leaves for college — insouciance-Central! How blessed we are to experience nature unalloyed in our (so often devastated) state. And to have you immortalizing the life stories in such handsome pictures! Carolyn

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