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  1. William Carmichael, September 2, 2014

    Hey all…I actually spoke to the hotel on the phone: the beach cam was struck by lightning! They’re replacing both, but it’ll take a few weeks.

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    • .Judi, September 16, 2014

      .Hi! can anyone tell me when they start breeding? I live on East coast FL., but have been watching nest on Hog Island Maine- now EMPTY….8-(

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    • Kathy, September 2, 2014

      Thank you for the update, hope to see the beach soon!

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  2. chuck golden, August 30, 2014

    AM I THE ONLY ONE CHECKING OSPREY AND BEACH CAMERAS ????

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    • Kathy, August 31, 2014

      No I have been checking also! :(

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      • Bob, September 1, 2014

        I also watch and really miss the beach cam. I watch the Osprey cam during breeding season and the beach cam all year. Love to watch the weddings and sunsets. Please bring it back.

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  3. chuck golden, August 23, 2014

    Have you stopped using the beach & osprey cameras ???

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  4. chuck golden, August 16, 2014

    Can’t get either Osprey or Beach cameras … why?

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  5. Bonnie, May 27, 2014

    Has the baby left the nest for good?

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    • Nancy, May 28, 2014

      It comes and goes. He or she is there now. Just one baby?

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    • linda eggeman, May 27, 2014

      No, but it takes flight from time to time. It’s perched, now, on the edge…in the dark.

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    • Pamer, May 27, 2014

      She seems to be spending more time away from the nest in the mornings and then coming back later on in the day.

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      • Bonnie, May 27, 2014

        3:30 PM He is back.

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  6. linda eggeman, May 21, 2014

    Great to see it take off and land several times, and the shadow of its mom on the sand..

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  7. chuck golden, May 19, 2014

    I never see the chick fly … does it ever leave the nest ???

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    • Mary Williams, May 20, 2014

      I got a picture of the chick flying, wish there was the ability to attach the photo to the message.

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    • David, May 20, 2014

      Just saw the baby fly off the nest for a short flight!! Yeah!!

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      • Sylvia D, May 20, 2014

        Has anyone watched him catch his own fish or does Mom still bring it to the nest?

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    • Sylvia D, May 20, 2014

      I saw it fly today and it was not the first flight. next it will be hunting for food. this was a wonderful experience . watching the two eggs hatch and now the survivor has fledged. thank You Pink Shell for giving all of us this wonderful experience.

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    • David, May 19, 2014

      I’ve been watching pretty regularly and I don’t think the “chick” has fledged yet!! Should be very soon though!!

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  8. chuck golden, May 15, 2014

    Why does the view refresh so often … something interesting could happen while it is refreshing and we would miss it ????

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    • Dan, May 16, 2014

      After this young one leaves the nest why not turn off the light so the birds have a more natural life – daylight and darkness?

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      • p, May 17, 2014

        I am pretty sure they are using infrared lights and birds cannot see infrared (IR) so the IR illuminator does not disturb them.

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  9. Mary, April 30, 2014

    Currently at pinkshell on vacation. Saw the baby osprey up close and personal. Much larger than it appears in video. Baby osprey was making a lot of noise and sitting on edge of nest. Really cool to see in real time after watching the video for so long

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    • john, May 10, 2014

      ???? please flip the image it’s backward !!!!!!!!!

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    • P, May 5, 2014

      May 5, 7:20 am, Baby Osprey flew out of the nest!!! So glad I go to see it

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      • Mrs. King, May 5, 2014

        So cool, I missed it, but am watching close now.

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  10. Carolyn, April 27, 2014

    Since the baby was hatched the first week of March, fledging should be some time the first week in May or so. Then it will be learning from Mom and Dad how to catch his own lunch and soon be on his own.

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    • Sylvia D, April 30, 2014

      Unlike the eaglets, their are no branches so his first flight will be quite an adventure. E4 was 100 days old, I wonder if it is the same amount of time for Ospreys

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  11. Barb Lunt, April 27, 2014

    Are the two Ospreys hanging out in the nest the parents or one parent and child. The Osprey with all dark feathers comes and goes from the nest while the other, with white tipped feathers seems to stay put. Is the latter the baby?

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    • Carolyn, April 27, 2014

      That’s the baby, who is as big as his momma and papa right now. It will make so much noise begging for food. I pass by the nest location most mornings and the baby is a noisy one:) Not sure how long til it fledges.

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  12. Heather, April 24, 2014

    The last few days, baby has been sitting at the edge of the nest and flapping his wings. He/she is not far from flying now! He/she is getting so big, he’s not much smaller than mom and dad.

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  13. Mrs. King, April 23, 2014

    I have not seen the mother and father in a few days, Does any one know what happened?

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    • John, April 24, 2014

      Just seen one of them. ……… This pic is up side down!!!!!!!The dock is on the left.

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, April 23, 2014

      Parents have been there. One is there right now, with a fish. All is fine.

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      • Mrs. King, April 23, 2014

        Oh good I was really worried!

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  14. Mrs. King, April 18, 2014

    Does the “Baby” have a name?

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  15. SunkissedFLNJ, April 17, 2014

    It was really windy here for a while, before it started to rain. I thought the cam would be off :(

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  16. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, April 15, 2014

    The Osprey Cam is back up. We thank you all for your understanding as we worked to repair the transmitter that was shifted during the strong winds. It has been secured and the signal is strong. We’ve missed seeing the Ospreys, and wow, the chick has really grown! Enjoy your day!

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    • Connie, April 16, 2014

      Thank you. Wonderful to see the nest again.

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  17. Bob Flath, April 11, 2014

    It is great to watch the Osprey nest but sending someone up to the nest to fix the camera might scare the parents away which would be a shame. You said when they fixed it last time it really stressed them out. I hope your decision is for the Ospreys. Thank you

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  18. Mrs. King, April 10, 2014

    I miss the birds ):

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    • Connie, April 11, 2014

      Me too!

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    • Pamer, April 10, 2014

      I miss them too! Recently, I have had the Osprey Cam on one of my computer screens at work all day everyday. Can’t wait to see them again.

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  19. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, April 9, 2014

    We have been experiencing some severe wind and thunderstorms on the beach, which is the cause of the connectivity issues of our Osprey Cam. We have placed a work order with the repair company and hope to have the cam operating again very soon. Thank you for your understanding.

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    • Connie, April 14, 2014

      Any idea when the camera will be up and running again? Really miss the birds.

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  20. Heather, April 9, 2014

    Is it just me or is the camera out again?

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    • Connie, April 9, 2014

      I haven’t been able to see anything for the last couple of days. Hopefully, the cam will be working again soon.

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      • Susan McNett, April 9, 2014

        I am missing watching, too. That little one is getting to be a beauty. It has been quite a journey to watch. Thanks again Pink Shell for the opportunity to follow this Osprey family.

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  21. robert, April 2, 2014

    Has anyone ever seen both Ricky and Lucy in the nest at the same time? I have always assumed the parent was the mom and that ricky is constantly out getting the next meal. But, i’m not an osprey expert so identifying the male vs female is not my expertise.

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    • Bonnie, April 3, 2014

      I have seen both parents on the nest at the same time now and again.

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  22. Stasia, March 29, 2014

    I have just resumed watching. I couldn’t bring myself to “visit” while the body of the poor little one was lying there. Although saddened by the recent events, I am anticipating that watching the surviving chick thrive and develop will be enjoyable and endlessly entertaining. I can’t believe how much he/she(?) has grown!

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    • Connie, March 30, 2014

      Did the parents remove the body of the dead chick? It was there yesterday. Does anyone know what took place? It is much easier to watch now that the body has been removed.

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      • Joy, March 30, 2014

        The dead chick is still there, unfortunately. I am hesitant to tell you where it is since you seem to be enjoying watching without having to see the deceased chick…..Joy

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        • P, March 31, 2014

          I see the chick off to the right hand side with the larger branches are!

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  23. Jerre, March 27, 2014

    Can’t wait to see where this is all taking place when I and my family come in next week. My 6 and 3 year old kids have enjoyed checking on them and will be excited to see it there!

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  24. Mary Williams, March 26, 2014

    I have seen many very small Osprey survive the bully tactics from older chicks in the nest. The Friends nest in NJ was one and Chesapeake Bay was another and also Alcoa. So the younger and smaller can survive. As for the Eagle nest the larger eaglet died and the smaller, picked on one is surviving.

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    • Ileen, March 26, 2014

      The osprey cam hesitates for long periods of time. Does everyone experience this problem?

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      • Sheryl Carll, March 27, 2014

        I am having the same problem.

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        • Ileen, March 29, 2014

          Thank you, I appreciated your reply.

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        • Ileen, March 27, 2014

          Thank you for responding. The delays must be a quirk of the camera.

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  25. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, March 26, 2014

    We are saddened by the events that have recently occurred concerning the smallest baby Osprey. While we would have liked to have offered assistance, the Osprey is a protected species. By state and federal laws, human interference in the care and feeding of nesting Ospreys is prohibited, even by wildlife and rescue organizations. While it has been difficult to see these acts of nature, we look forward to watching the remaining chick grow and develop and reach the next milestones.

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, March 26, 2014

      Very sad news. I, too, had to stop watching for a while, as I had also just gone through this bullying at the SWFL Eagle cam. So sorry for this outcome.

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    • Bethany, March 26, 2014

      Beautifully written. Thank you :)

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    • R, March 26, 2014

      Thank you for your explanation.

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  26. R, March 26, 2014

    It’s a shame that no one was able to help the little bird. Some might say it is just nature, but providing a man-made item to encourage nesting and having a camera available to watch 24/7 makes me believe that there should have been some human responsibility to try to save the little one.

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    • Blondie, March 26, 2014

      I totally agree with you.

      And I am endlessly sad that the baby is gone and what reason for.

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    • Connie, March 26, 2014

      Does anyone know if the parents will remove the smaller chick from the nest? It will be easier to watch the remaining chick thrive without the reminder of nature’s cruelty. I feel very sad about the loss.

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      • P, March 26, 2014

        It is doubtful that a parent will remove the remains of the chick. It will just become part of the nest. As to humans being responsible for rescuing the chick, just because the nest structure is man made and there is a live camera, humans do not interfere with the actions on the nest. We are not forced to watch the sometimes cruel acts of nature. If it is too hard to see, simply do not watch it. An easy click of the mouse will turn it off. We have to accept the bad along with the good and learn the hard lessons of nature. That doesn’t mean I like it any better than the next person. It just is what it is.

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  27. Kathy, March 25, 2014

    It is heartbreaking to watch the older sibling beat up on the younger one…This same thing happened to the SWFL eaglets…The older eaglet was so much larger then his sibling because he got the larger share of food…That was also very difficult to watch…The mods who monitor the chat rooms said that this is nature and humans usually will never intervene…I guess I can understand that, just so hard to watch!!! If he survives it will make him stronger!!!

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    • Sylvia D, March 26, 2014

      I feel very sad this morning. I haven’t been watching because I could not bear the abuse the little one was getting. yesterday he looked fine and today he is gone. life sure can be cruel. Sore high baby Osprey.

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  28. annie, March 25, 2014

    have been away for awhile. thanks again pink shell for the camera! just wondering – is the little guy getting any food from the mom? he looks so much smaller than the other one. thanks all!

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    • David, March 26, 2014

      The little guy got some food yesterday but I think unfortunately, it’s not going to be enough. He’s not strong enough to fight for his share and Mom is not interested in a mouth that doesn’t approach her first. What the big sibling doesn’t eat goes to Mom. Haven’t seen the little one move at all in awhile now. Sad!

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    • Karen, March 25, 2014

      It doesn’t seem the male brings much fish to the nest. Is there too much competition & not enough fish around? Still waiting to see if the little one gets anything tonight but it does not look promising. Any response from someone who lives around the nest would be appreciated.

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    • Blondie, March 25, 2014

      My heart is also breaking watching the smaller one seeming to die. It was possible to repair the camera, is it not possible to rescue the baby? I know the suncoast seabird sanctuary in Clearwater Beach, can’t anybody bring it to an institute like that? Please help – I would do, but I am too far away.

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    • Karen, March 25, 2014

      I saw the baby get fed last night but nothing this morning. The bigger baby kept the smaller one away & then the mom ate the rest of the fish. Has anyone seen the baby being fed today? If not I may have a hard time watching anymore. I can’t watch 24/7 so I’m hoping I just missed the small one eating.

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    • R, March 25, 2014

      Why doesn’t someone rescue that little bird? It is definitely not getting enough to eat and is picked on by it’s sibling.

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  29. co, March 19, 2014

    I know this is nature, but I am heartbroken to watch the bigger sibling attack the little one when the adult is feeding. It’s vicious! I’m afraid the little guy may not survive this.

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    • Spinneygal, March 20, 2014

      Yes it is hard to watch this, sometimes sadly one sibling dies. More often the smaller one learns how to avoid the bullying and survives. I have not seen the bullying here but on other nests I have. It is survival of the fittest sadly, we humans do not like to see it.

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  30. Tim Roemer, March 17, 2014

    I am having the same problem with the viewing.
    I enjoy watching this so much!
    Thank you for making this possible

    Tim from Indiana

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    • Carolyn, March 17, 2014

      We are having some pretty strong winds and some storms moving in, could be affecting the camera.

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  31. Sheryl Carll, March 17, 2014

    Is anyone else having problems viewing this? Only the upper left hand portion of the picture is showing….the docks. There is some “ghosting” in the middle, but no definition.

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    • Marina Kyriacou, March 17, 2014

      I’m having same problem. No picture – just the marina in top left as stated. Hope the little one is holding his own.

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  32. co, March 16, 2014

    I have heard of this happening with eagle chicks. Not sure if it’s the same with ospreys. Hope they both thrive….

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  33. Connie Koscielniak, March 16, 2014

    The older of the two chicks seems to have become extremely agressive with the smaller one. Does anyone know if this is normal? Should we be prepared for only one to survive?

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    • Tricia, March 16, 2014

      There will always be a “pecking order” with the chicks. The youngest will have to learn this and if there is enough food supply, will figure out a way to survive. Usually the youngest chick has to wait for the oldest to get his fill, then the youngest gets to eat. There have been cases of siblicide, which is when there is not enough food, it’s usually the oldest chick that will not allow the youngest to eat. I hope this does not happen, but I have seen it before with ospreys. The parent birds do not stop the actions, they just put food into whatever mouth is there asking for it.

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  34. Laurie, March 16, 2014

    It’s back up. Sorry for the alarm……

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    • June Spradlin, March 17, 2014

      The first time I saw an attack I thought the one being attacked had been killed, it was so quiet for so long. But finally it jumped up, none the worse for wear. The one being attacked will go into submission, which some call “Playing Dead”, and is total surrender.

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  35. Laurie, March 16, 2014

    Can someone let us know if the cam is down again. Seems I cannot connect this morning….. Thank you

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  36. Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina, March 13, 2014

    The third egg sadly did not make it. The adult Ospreys removed it from the nest yesterday afternoon.

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    • Stasia McCullough, March 13, 2014

      We’ve been watching the ospreys at Bowditch for many years on our vacations in Fort Myers Beach, but only from ground level. What a privilege and pleasure it is to observe them in such detail. Fascinating. Thank you so much!

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  37. Barb Lindstrom, March 13, 2014

    Does anyone know what happened to the 3rd egg. I don’t see in the nest today? Many thanks, :-)

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  38. Bonnie, March 12, 2014

    Great to see the babies moving around while mom watches over them.

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  39. Sylvia D, March 11, 2014

    Mother is still sitting on the egg, maybe she knows something that we don’t. Just hoping all is wll

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  40. Connie Koscielniak, March 10, 2014

    Thank you for repairing the osprey cam. Hoping the third egg is still viable. Looking forward to watching (from Canada) the babies grow up and take flight. Thanks again.

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  41. Sylvia D, March 10, 2014

    Thank you for the cam in operation again. I see the third egg has not hatched, could their be a problem. anyone an expert that knows what is going on.

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, March 10, 2014

      Not an expert here, but it’s been too many days (I think), so I’d say it’s probably non-viable.

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  42. linda eggeman, March 10, 2014

    Great to have it back on…not too promising for unhatched chick, is it?

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, March 10, 2014

      No, I guess it’s non-viable.

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  43. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, March 10, 2014

    The Osprey Cam is now operating. We have missed seeing them as much as you have! The chicks just finished eating and are now taking at nap.

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  44. blanckaert regina, March 10, 2014

    thank you,cam is working,I can watch the birds again,still 1 egg to go

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  45. co, March 10, 2014

    I’m at the Pink Shell now and am watching the technicians in the bucket truck up at the nest. Mom and Dad Osprey are frantically flying around it!!!

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    • Bob, March 10, 2014

      I’m sorry you had to stress out the parents to fix the webcam. I hope they stay with the nest

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  46. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, March 10, 2014

    We want to thank everyone for their patience as we work through connection issues with the Osprey Cam. At 10AM, we have a technician arriving to hopefully fix the problem. We believe the Ospreys have been using the cam as a perch and in doing so, moved the cam in such a way that it is unable to pick up the signal needed to operate. We will post again once we have more information. Enjoy your day.

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  47. blanckaert regina, March 10, 2014

    camera still down
    we are looking forward to our upcoming holiday and our stay in the Pink Shell,than we can see the birds in reality

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  48. annie, March 8, 2014

    hi. we stayed at the pink shell feb 5 – 12. we had a great time as usual. we knew about the eggs before we arrived and did walk by and checked out the nest. we really appreciate your having the cam and working to get if fixed. but, could you please tell us if egg number 3 hatched and if the two chicks are doing ok. thank you!

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  49. co, March 8, 2014

    Really missing the webcam, although I’m finally here staying at the Pink Shell and it’s been so wonderful to actually see the Osprey parents flying around! After “seeing” the nest from the webcam since February, it’s so cool to actually see ‘ it person’. Still wondering how (my) babies are doing though….and egg #3??? BTW, Pink Shell Resort is awesome! Loving our getaway :)

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  50. elsa volek, March 8, 2014

    Go to Southwest Florida Eagle cam # 1

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  51. Dianne B Prunty, March 7, 2014

    First the end of Downton Abbey, then the downed osprey cam. Too much in one week!

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  52. cquenz, March 7, 2014

    Hi! Just want to let everyone know that there was a hardware failure and there is a technician on property diligently working to get the webcam fixed or replaced.

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, March 7, 2014

      Great, thanks! If it has to be replaced, one with sound & zoom would be better. Hope it’s working soon!

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  53. sylvia Davis, March 7, 2014

    we are missing so much with this cam being unavailable. I am sure we missed the third egg hatching. Please get this cam up and running soon.

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  54. Shannon, March 6, 2014

    when will it be up again????

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  55. Shannon, March 6, 2014

    I am missing this cam. When will it be on again?

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  56. Shannon, March 6, 2014

    I am really missing this cam? When will it be up again?

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  57. cquenz, March 6, 2014

    Hi
    Just want everyone to know that we are aware of the cam issue and are working diligently to get it fixed. We will update you when it is working again and are sorry for the inconvenience.

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    • SunkissedFLNJ, March 6, 2014

      Thank you.

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  58. Mary, March 6, 2014

    Cam not working AGAIN. Very frustrating!!!

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  59. Laurie, March 6, 2014

    Does anyone read these messages and if so what’s being done to get this cam working! PLease answer as there are a lot of us out there that are following these birds…… :)

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  60. linda eggeman, March 5, 2014

    web cam not working for me either…very frustrating!

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  61. Laurie, March 5, 2014

    Cam not working. Boo Hoo….don’t want to miss the third egg hatching…..

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  62. co, March 5, 2014

    Not working for me either :( Has egg #3 hatched yet??

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  63. Sheryl Carll, March 5, 2014

    The cam is not working for me. Is anyone else having this problem. I have been watching for over a month, waiting for the eggs to hatch…..can’t believe I am missing this.

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  64. Mary Williams, March 5, 2014

    Is there another URL for this cam as this one doesn’t seem to load for me half the time!

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    • Mary Williams, March 5, 2014

      seems when I post a message the cam comes up- not sure I understand that at all

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  65. Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina, March 4, 2014

    We have created a Facebook page to follow, discuss, and share photos of the Ospreys. The new page can be found here | https://www.facebook.com/ospreynestpinkshellbeachresort

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  66. Sarah, March 3, 2014

    Welcome baby Osprey #2! I saw daddy Osprey bringing food and got a couple of screen shots! So cool!

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  67. linda eggeman, March 3, 2014

    ok, it’s back on…hooray.

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  68. linda eggeman, March 3, 2014

    for some reason the cam isn’t working for me, right now…hope it’s just temporary.

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  69. chuck golden, March 3, 2014

    Exciting to see the male deliver a fish for the female to eat. Also to see her feed the newborn. Then the male took it to a pole below the nest and had his share of the fish.

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  70. Bob, March 3, 2014

    The nest is full this A.M. at 8:30 with mom and dad and 2 babys

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  71. Bob, March 2, 2014

    You have a baby, I have been watching your Osprey nest for a couple months and when I turned it on at 6:45 pm today I saw a cute little baby being cared for by mama. Congrats.

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  72. Willie Dunn, March 2, 2014

    baby on board

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  73. Mary Williams, March 2, 2014

    Just as I typed that the cam was down it came on line and I am now watching a chick begging for food

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  74. Mary Williams, March 2, 2014

    I haven’t seen anything here – cam appears to be down again

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  75. Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina, March 1, 2014

    It appears that the first egg has hatched today. Any guests who were able to capture screen shots or video of the baby chick are welcome to share them by emailing us at info@pinkshell.com. Welcome baby chick!

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    • linda eggeman, March 2, 2014

      Yes, I saw naked chick for a few seconds, this morning when she got off the nest a bit. Dad was up there, also, then flew off.

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  76. Sarah, March 1, 2014

    Welcome little baby Osprey!!!

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  77. Knapdale, March 1, 2014

    Has there been a hatch at Fort Myers? Looks like an eggshell off to the side

    20.20 GMT on 1st March

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    • Knapdale, March 1, 2014

      Yes…a hatch. I have video: I can email if you’d like

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      • Bonnie, March 1, 2014

        Please send me the video
        bdriver1@cogeco.ca

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      • Bonnie, March 1, 2014

        She just stood up and we saw the baby and the 2 eggs. Baby is so sweet. 4:10 PM FMB time

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  78. Mary Williams, February 28, 2014

    cam is down! Just wondered if anyone knew

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  79. Blondie, February 27, 2014

    Hello from Germany,

    thank you so much for providing the beautiful impressions of the ospreys.

    We stayed at the Pink Shell Resort when the both moved in and started to build the nest. I always said she sends him shopping at the beach in the furniture store.

    I am really looking forward to see the little ones after hatching.

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  80. Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina, February 26, 2014

    We are estimating the first egg to hatch any day now. The first egg was discovered about 5 weeks ago, followed by egg two and three.

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  81. linda eggeman, February 25, 2014

    glad to see the web cam is working and momma is protecting her eggs…

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  82. Bonnie, February 25, 2014

    At 10:48 A.M. I cannot get the picture of the nest, just the black screen with the blinking spots.

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  83. SeanB, February 24, 2014

    Looks good to me!

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  84. linda eggeman, February 24, 2014

    What’s with the web cam the past two days…I miss it.

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    • cquenz, February 24, 2014

      Cam is working now. Looks awesome!

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      • Rob, February 24, 2014

        Thanks

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  85. SunkissedFLNJ, February 20, 2014

    Cam is working now.

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  86. SunkissedFLNJ, February 20, 2014

    Cam seems to be down this morning

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  87. co, February 19, 2014

    Love this!! So interesting to see the male come and go. Enjoyed seeing mom Osprey stretch her wings today and expose the 3 eggs for a while. Thanks for setting this up and sharing!

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    • Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina, February 26, 2014

      Watching the Ospreys has been exciting, especially since this is the first time we have used the Osprey Cam. Thank you for watching along with us!

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      • blanckaert regina, March 10, 2014

        i like so much to watch the birds and now with the little one’s it is so beautiful
        but since 3 days the camera show no picture anymore,it seem that the connection with the internet does not work anymore
        i hope someone can help with this

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  88. SunkissedFLNJ, February 19, 2014

    Yay! We have chat! Can’t wait until we have babies!

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    • Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina, February 26, 2014

      Glad you are enjoying this new feature!

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  89. smith, February 19, 2014

    Very cool to see the three new eggs!

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