I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.


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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Stormy Spring Sky

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A sure sign of spring - return of the osprey to their ancestral nest.

This single lane bridge is located in Amboy, Washington. When it came time to paint the bridge a new nest holder was built and the long used nest moved. The returning couple settled in like they had for many generations.

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I’m thankful for seeing the sky every day.

Happy Thanksgiving!


Leedra said...

Birds are wonderful, and we need more nest like this to help them survive.

Happy Thanksgiving

The Good Life in Virginia said...

what a great shot...hope you had a wonderful day...and were able to chew a little :)


Louise said...

How wonderfully interesting!

Guy D said...

Great shot, thanks for sharing.

Regina In Pictures

Lawstude said...

that is an interesting tower. great job.

Small City Scenes said...

How wonderful to live the life you do. My dream too. We have an Osprey nest on the very top of a power pole on the highway. Birds--go figure. MB

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Cool shot! I love Osprey. Such regal birds.
Interesting angle with the wires and metal, too.

Happy Sky Watch Friday!
New Mexico

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see your Osprey took to their new man-made nest. Good picture.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Interesting spot for a nest but obviously they must like it.

Kahshe Cottager said...

What an interesting SkyWatch! How wonderful to be able to see those ospreys nesting. I have only ever seen one once and was surprised at how very large they are.

Thanks for visiting my skywatch!!

Anonymous said...

I find this much more interesting than swallows and Capistrano

Lindab said...

That's a novelty to me - a nest holder! How kind your construction firms are. We do have a few ospreys in Scotland. I think they like pine trees to nest in.

Thanks for your visit!

Namnet said...

What an interesting photo! I like its composition with the nest and the wires.
Happy skywatching.

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