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Thread subject: Woodes Hole Decor - newest addition
Name Date Message
Shelley 06/17/14 09:55 am Looks like a black rubber sandal (flip-flop). Good for the left foot. Wonder if the right one will be added soon. And surprised it isn't blue! ;-)

(oops, sorry about the typo in *Woods*; apparently you can't edit and correct a thread heading)
cathleen 06/17/14 04:25 pm I just discovered that the nest is booming this year! It's so nice to see it occupied again! And it's also nice to visit here and see my old friends, including Nancy who reported on the Puleston nests.

Cams may be better than ever with the new technology but none will ever compare to the excitement and dearness of Dennis&Betty. xx
Nancy L 06/18/14 12:34 pm Cathleen -- are you the one from up-state NY, not all that far from Montezuma preserve? If so, it's because of you that I visited there a few years ago.
cathleen 06/19/14 12:20 pm Hi Nancy - yes I am the one who visits Montezuma - I remember when you made your visit there! They still do have a cam on the North Pool nest. It appears the couple has one chick there this year, recently hatched and still so small as to be hard to see.



The Woods Hole cam is now zoomed into the nest - you can see the chicks worrying their new pin feathers today.

http://www.friendsofmontezuma.org/cams/live_osprey_cam.html
Shelley 06/19/14 02:42 pm I visited Montezuma about 6 or 7 years ago. Wonderful. I did not know there was a nest cam there!

The black sandal I noticed yesterday at the Woods Hole nest appears to be gone or at least, buried, replaced by pieces of what looks like yellow string or something. And just south of dead centre looks like a rather small condom. Or maybe it's just hard to tell what it really is, lol! Those osprey and their unusual sense of décor!
Pamela 06/20/14 04:50 pm All I can think of looking at the practically helpless chicks is that in three or four months time they will be migrating on their own to another country. It seems unbelievable.

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