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One year we saw a Great Blue Heron perching frequently on the platform with no apparent disruption to the osprey The osprey is the only local raptor that almost exclusively hunts fish.
On rare occasions, they will eat squirrel or muskrat.
Osprey migrate far to the south every year to Central or South America.
The male, female, and offspring all go their separate ways.
There are no markings to indicate which osprey is male and which is female, but the females are generally larger than the males.
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Live look at the osprey nest at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont, Colorado.
The osprey cam is positioned over the nest giving an incredible look into the nesting practices of the migratory osprey bird. In the spring of 2003, this osprey pair began nesting on a light pole at the Boulder County Fairgrounds and returned each year.
We reported the band number to the United States Geological Survey Bird Banding Program and received the band report. The camera is an Axis P5534 network camera that can pan, tilt, and zoom.
This banded female osprey is not the resident female and may have lost her mate and/or was looking for a new partner. A microphone is positioned under the camera to record sound.