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Hey Mom- Please watch your step when redecorating. The two chicks look good. 5/8/23 @ 8pm.

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7 hours ago

Babies being fed this morning

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2 days ago

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love this

Oh my heart!

Oh I had a question I wanted to ask. Are these the same parents that fledged three a couple of years ago? They also had an osprey fledgling from another Nest they were taking care of. Both parents were so in sync that was a fun year.

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2 days ago

Where are the parents?

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6 days ago

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Just saw the two remaining chicks being fed. Caught the tail end of the feeding.

What happened to #3? Did anyone see?

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1 week ago

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Looks like some Wetlands folks were just looking for #3, but doesn’t appear to be found.

I saw one was missing 😢 and someone was looking for it. Still only seeing 2. So sad 😞

Soooo upset! 🐣🐥💔💔💔 Why aren’t they feeding the 2 chicks evenly????😢😢

While we didn’t observe what happened, we noted, as did some of you that one of the Osprey chicks went missing from the nest this morning. Despite two separate attempts to relocate the lost chick in and around the nest we were unable to find it. We want to ensure the two chicks in the nest are safe and cared for, so we are going to give the parents space now to do their job.

I'm so sorry about the chick, but grateful to the Wetlands experts for looking for it. Thank you for your diligence and obvious love for these dear little chicks and their parents.

Nature is rough sometimes 😢

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