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Wonderful captures Donna!
Thank you, Cindy!
Awesom osprey shots, thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Rudi!
Great shots! Just noticed how big their tongues are!
Thank you! 🙂
The world is connected through Ospreys! How wonderful to see ‘your’ family looking much like ‘our’ family in the cove. Sadly, one of our two young chicks apparently didn’t make it, as there is just one rapidly growing juvenile in our nest. I’ll never know what happened to the other, but life goes on…. Thanks for sharing ‘your’ family!
Yes it is! 🙂 This family has me missing ‘our’ Chesapeake Bay Osprey. So sad to know when one is lost. The single one should most definitely get well fed!
I love the silly looks the chicks are making. They really want to be fed!
It’s those ‘priceless’ expressions! 🙂
Beautifully sharp photos, Donna!
Thank you, Belinda!
Oh so sweet! Beautiful! That little baby is so cute ❤
Thank you, Lisa!
What amazing and beautiful captures of the Osprey Family. Rhanks, Donna!
Thank you, Isabel!
Great shots, Donna. Echoes of B&B! 🙂
Thank you, Eliza! I know, tugs at my heart! 🙂
Nobody can shoot Osprey better than you, Donna. You’re the Queen of Ospreys! Lovely scenes… 🙂
Thank you so much, HJ! You’re making me blush!! 😊
How gorgeous Donna to have the whole family in one shot, well done !
Thank you, Ashley! It took a few visits, to find and have them all there and up! 🙂
You found another Osprey nest. What a surprise! 😉
Who knew? 😉 Few and far between out west, but Osprey are here too!
Thanks for the link, I will watch it! The Montana Audubon Center had erected this platform in hopes of drawing Osprey. Success!
Perhaps it was good to have a break, because it makes it special to see an Osprey family again. I do admit I wonder how the old family and their offspring are doing now.
I do still follow the Osprey nests at my home NWR, to see what’s going on with them, I’ve watched them for years. Makes me want to know what’s going on with the Osprey at our new lot too. 🙂 I wonder how Bella and Beau are doing too, if they’re still here and breeding……without a nest! LOL Beau had to have had some architect lessons over the past couple winters!!
Ever since watching Bella and Beau I have checked out the size of nests.
Have you named them? I kinda miss Bella & Beau.
I’ve been meaning to ask the Montana Audubon Ctr while there if they named them, but keep forgetting. 😕
Fantastic family pictures! I love the tongue visible in the little one’s mouth. Yup, it’s all about food! 😉
Thank you, Barbara! Aren’t they adorable little dinosaur-looking chicks? Yes, the food, mustn’t forget the food! 🙂
Very Nice Donna! One of my favorite birds to photograph!
Thank you, Reed!
That’s a beautiful family. The images are wonderful!
Thank you, Deborah! Got my Osprey fix in Montana! 😉
Hahahaha! I was thinking the same thing when I saw the images. 😂 Memories of Bella and Beau came with them.
Captures worth waiting for. 😊
Each visit before, someone wasn’t there or up lol. Thank you, Irene! 😊
Glad they finally popped in before you moved on. 😊
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