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Ospreys - Henry Marsh


This afternoon at Henry Marsh I was fortunate to see a total of five Ospreys. At one point there were three of them flying around the beaver pond at the same time. After they had left, two more came in with some migrating Vultures. These two were quite vocal and took turns hunting and perching in a tall dead tree. There was a lot of hovering, but only one dive into the water while I was there, which was unsuccessful. I managed to get a poor photo of one as it flew overhead. I counted 27 Turkey Vultures, one Bald Eagle, and one Broad-winged Hawk, all migrating north. There were about 40 Rusty Blackbirds foraging and singing in the wet woods next to Henry Trail. Spring Peepers were calling. (note: The trail was flooded by the T). (Bracebridge)



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