Posts Tagged ‘ osprey ’

CL&P moves an osprey nest in Westport (photo)

Oct 6th, 2014 | By

It was moving day today for an osprey nest on Westport’s Post Road East. Connecticut Light & Power Company workers erected a platform and moved an osprey nest from one utility pole to another in the Fresh Market parking lot, 605 Post Road East, to get it away from power lines. For more on this

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Connecticut ‘citizen science’ helps monitor thriving osprey population

Jul 14th, 2014 | By

You can learn a lot from an osprey nest. To that end, 55 Connecticut residents are helping to monitor more than 90 osprey nests across the state as part of an “Osprey Nation” program launched in June. In collaboration with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Connecticut Audubon Society is recruiting additional

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CT Audubon citizen science initiative to monitor CT osprey health

Jul 11th, 2014 | By
An osprey lands in its nest in Branford. (photo: cjzurcher, Environmental Headlines)

If you live near an active Osprey nest and can volunteer about an hour a month to be part of our network of stewards, email CT Audubon at osprey@ctaudubon.org. The goal of Osprey Nation is to create a long-term record of data that will give the conservation community a better understanding of the health of Connecticut’s Osprey population. Click on this Environmental Headline for more information.



Why Osprey Nest Sightings in Connecticut Matter

Jun 24th, 2014 | By
An osprey flying over a marsh in Branford, Conn. (photo: cjzurcher, Environmental Headlines)

The Connecticut Audubon Society wants to get a better handle on osprey populations in the state. To do so, the group is launching a new citizen science program called “Osprey Nation.”



Can you volunteer an hour a month to help osprey population?

Jun 18th, 2014 | By
An osprey lands in its nest in Branford. (photo: cjzurcher, Environmental Headlines)

The goal of Osprey Nation is to create a long-term record of data that will give the conservation community a better understanding of the health of Connecticut’s Osprey population.



Ospreys Return To Summer Home Near Neck River

Mar 29th, 2013 | By

Right on time, ospreys are returning to their nests in and around Madison. The magnificent hawks overwinter in Florida, northern coastal Mexico, and northern South America. They then return to Connecticut in late March. For more on this story, visit: Ospreys Return To Summer Home Near Neck River – Madison, CT Patch.