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This Osprey nest is perched atop a 30 foot tower located at the Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island.
The Hog Island ospreys laid the first of their three eggs on April 26, and incubation time is 35-42 days.
They return to Hog Island each year in early April after wintering in South America.Tony S: Pants, looks like you will get there before us ... Once arrived, its pick-up the hired car, drive to the marina at Fenes and exchange the car for the Suki Dukes for a fortnight (previous post). We made the numerical 350 steps to the Tsambika Monastery last year, very exhausting but worth the effort. Only by a few hours though (phew) we leave Exeter @ 17.00pm. look out for the joyous waves of two new holiday'ers saying hello to the live-cam (chuckle)Had the same thing in Crete once, my partner and I were only 12' from the sea on our sunbeds, but to buy some Melon slices from the beach seller who was only half way between us and the sea, we had to dart quickly into the surf.our feet, then run back to the seller and buy some slices, then run back into the surf to chill off again before returning to our beds to feast. Obviously since that day we always pack some beach sandals as well as drink and towels. My partner and I return every year to Rhodes and try a new adventure each time (This time we are Yachties) lol.The North Shore is the world's premier surfing destination.Every winter, large swells caused by massive storms in the North Pacific slam onto Oahu.
In Hawaiian, Waimea means "red water", which is most likely in reference to the red-colored silt that once freely flowed out of the Waimea River mouth.