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The male, female, and offspring all go their separate ways.
The male and female migrate and winter separately but return to the same nesting site each year.
They show up around the first of April and complete mating and egg-laying within the first two weeks after both have arrived.
They leave between September and October, after the chicks have fledged.
They are powered directly from a building that is approximately 750 feet away but the video and audio feed is transmitted wirelessly.
This banded female osprey is not the resident female and may have lost her mate and/or was looking for a new partner. See the interactive timeline above for specific dates and other significant events.
The camera is an Axis P5534 network camera that can pan, tilt, and zoom.
In the spring of 2003, this osprey pair began nesting on a light pole at the Boulder County Fairgrounds and returned each year.
In 2009, wildlife biologists moved the nest to its current location just east of the Cattail pond for the birds’ safety. Our biologists believe that the local surge in nests may be offspring returning to their previous habitat area.Osprey chicks only have a 50% chance of surviving their first year.