[Sorry, birdwatchers: People think you’re creepy] Here’s the video. Live-cam viewers, of course, saw it all play out, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that some were “squeamish or disturbed.” The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania responded on its Facebook page with a post reminding people that nature “isn’t always kind or pretty.” (Case in point: After a baby bald eagle died on another webcam in Hanover, Pa., its carcass “eventually deteriorated and was slowly stomped into the structure of the nest,” the Post-Gazette reported.) The Pittsburgh cat was probably already dead when it was brought to the nest, the Audubon Society said, though it wasn’t clear whether it met its demise at the claws of an eagle.
Augustine’s Alligator Farm, native herons, egrets, Roseate spoonbills, and wood storks seek the security of this swamp to roost and raise their young.
Ospreys are the only birds of prey that rely almost entirely on fish, so they nest and raise their chicks near water.
They return to Hog Island each year in early April after wintering in South America.
That is until the waves roll in..the noise kicks up and bodyboarders and surfers fill the beach.
Proponents of keeping cats indoors offer several arguments to make their case.
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This Osprey nest is perched atop a 30 foot tower located at the Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island.
Today it serves both the public and the scientific community with educational shows and exhibits, research, and worldwide conservation efforts. Augustine’s Alligator Farm, native herons, egrets, Roseate spoonbills, and wood storks seek the security of this swamp to roost and raise their young.Throughout the spring, take beautiful snapshots of nesting Roseate spoonbills in their full, colorful breeding plumage as well as their newly hatched chicks.Alligators will bask on land when sun hits the soil. Tactile bristles surrounding the beak partially compensate for their less-than-perfect close-up vision. Like other owls, their ears are placed unevenly on their head and point in slightly different directions, giving the ability to tell where a sound is coming from without moving their heads. How old are they when they have their first nest/nestlings? The female has been sitting on the eggs and the male hasn’t brought her any food. Adaptations to a nocturnal lifestyle have compromised owls’ abilities to focus on objects very close.