Cooler water and abundant fish led to loads of plump little pufflings.
After surviving owl, wasp, and eagle attacks, the tough young bird is mending an injured wing at an Audubon rehab center in Florida.
The Great Horned Owl didn't come back, but another intruder caused Rachel, Steve, and their surviving chick to move in a hurry: wasps.
Having already lost two chicks to the raptor, Rachel has been remaining close to the nest and on high alert in a fascinating display of adaptation.
The Great Horned Owl struck the nest a little after midnight, leaving behind two survivors.
The webcam offers an intimate view of Osprey parents Rachel and Steve's private life and all its drama.
Thousands of miles off course, the bird took a rest—on an Osprey nest.
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