Author Archives: Harriett Raptor
Still in the picture The Doctor found the eagle nest today. It is only ¼ mile from Harriett’s.
Last year eggs were laid April 5th, 6th and 7th. Harriett continues to configure her nest. The walls are stacked neatly and intertwined. The interior is lined with a base of soft grass. Jonathan brings in some Spanish moss.
The Doctor’s third platform ——- Jan, 2019 to present. “Thank you, Doctor,” said Harriett.
The Doctor’s second platform. The Taj Mahal Destroyed by Hurricane Florence – September 7, 2018
Urban development, road building, agriculture, logging, erosion, water pollution and more are destroying the natural habitat of osprey. Man-made artificial platforms have been helpful. The Doctor’s first platform – 2014 Hurricane Arthur
Ospreys are beachcombers. A sundry of shore line flotsam and jetsam are frequently found incorporated into their structures: plastic bags, pieces of plastic toys, fishing line and more. Looking at an osprey nest, one can tell how the world has … Continue reading