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Hellgate Osprey
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 15
Replying to @MSzelmeczka
One of the reasons just the top is showing is to be able to view the other birds that come visit the nest during the winter and get the best possible view of them.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 15
We have no idea what to expect this coming season. We will just have to wait and see 😊
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 15
We will get in touch with the camera operators and see what we can do 😊
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 15
There are only 45 days before Iris Watch begins - on April 1st!!!! She usually shows up around the 6th but she could come earlier! Almost time to hold our collective breath!! ♥️♥️♥️
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 11
Replying to @girlillaowl
The tweet was retweeted prior to answering. Not sure why it would say unavailable.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 10
Believe you are speaking of the first year Louis was Iris's mate. One egg remained until August and was taken by a raven.
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Kim Feb 10
12:13 nest time Raven I'm reminded of the raven that ate the non viable egg I think it was either 2018 or 2017?
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 9
Oh yes, Matt. We start counting down when she departs. 51 days and 10 hours till we start watching for her return on April. 1. Here's a link for you:
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Matt Thomas Feb 9
. Are we on count down for count down for count down for return of Her Majesty yet?👀
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B_K Feb 8
4:37:50 The reason for the sudden departure was this speeding bullet zooming across the nest. Now I am not sure but I think that it was the Speeder that returned to guard the nest at 4:37:53. He stayed there glaring out towards the river for about 30 seconds
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B_K Feb 8
4:37:40 A Northern Flicker flew onto the nest. Perched at the edge - looking all about - suddenly flew off
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B_K Feb 8
2:56 - 3:19 The Northern Flicker popped up on the front edge of the nest, worked his way around the perimeter, tossing debris out of his way in his search for bugs. Ended up at the front edge and dropped down out of sight
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B_K Feb 6
12:24 The Flicker flew in - perched for a couple of minutes surveying the area and then flew off
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B_K Feb 6
11:00 The Northern Flicker paid a brief visit to the nest. This time he dug a hole on the cam side looking for lunch.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 5
Replying to @VRValicento
Yes, Flickers with their unique colors and patterns seem so precious.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 5
10:54, 2/5 Video from Bird Cams of Northern Flicker. Enjoy!
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B_K Feb 5
10:55 The Flickers departure gave us a good view of his coloring
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B_K Feb 5
10:16 - 10:55 Thank You Cam Op! 43 minutes of close ups of the Northern Flicker as he dug in the base of the nest for edibles was fantastic. Trying to select just a few images was difficult.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 5
10:54, 2/5 At the end of his visit, the Northern Flicker delighted us with a beautiful pose.
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Hellgate Osprey Feb 5
10:26, 2/5 We had a nice visit from a Northern Flicker as a game of "hide and seek" ensued while he foraged on the far side of the nest.
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