Nest Assignment Status

Welcome 2017 Osprey Monitors!

This year we were beset with a couple of computer problems that I think are behind us.  Sadly I had to change the sign up process to compensate, but i think it will all work out in the end!

Currently everyone (veteran monitors and new monitors who attended a workshop) have their email addresses entered into the submit data portion of the website.  This means you should all be able to submit your observations.  If you are not able to do so please send me an email.

All new monitors should have received targeted lists of sites from which to pick a nest or two to monitor.  If you have not returned your nest choices to me please do so ASAP.  I believe all the veteran monitors are set, but once the master list is published feel free to contact me to correct any errors.

On Monday I plan to post the entire list of nest sites and the assigned monitors as a link on this site.  Please review the document and get back to me at your earliest with any revisions.

Next Wednesday (and on subsequent Wednesdays) we will update the various maps – so if you have edits for them, please send them to me.

Please continue to send in your photos – they are wonderful!   They will be posted on Wednesdays for the most part.  If you do not want them to be used in the public domain please tell me.

All the best, and cheers to a action-filled 2017 Osprey Monitoring season!!

Jonathan

Please note that I typically work a Sunday – Thursday schedule.

Elliot Waterman.  Location and date Unknown

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Director, Volunteer Services
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2 Responses to Nest Assignment Status

  1. Linda and Pedro Johnson says:

    Hi, Jon:
    We would like to be monitors again this year, if you still have a need for that. We have been assigned to the Pond Stret nest in the past; it is very convenient for us as we pass it on our way into RI, and back to CT. By the way, our first sighting on that nest was on the 29th, this past Tuesday. 1 adult osprey beginning the work of re-building; you may recall that it was decimated last year.

    • Lind and Pedro,
      Thanks for getting in touch. I sent you an email but never heard back. Feel free to continue submitting observations as you did last year.

      All the best,

      JS

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