Whew! It’s a good day!

The severe weather that was heading to the Collins Marsh Osprey nest in Wisconsin swerved and headed SE away from the nest. There was rain but the winds never got to the speed in the severe areas. The lightning kept the chick hunkered down in its comfy spot on the nest.

The little one woke up and was self feeding on a fish delivery.

Then mom arrived and fed the chick. They had no more than finished than dad delivered another fish! These two parents must be proud of their wee one making it through that storm all alone.

It is so wonderful to wake up this morning and see this chick in the nest. Indeed, it was quite a relief in the week hours of the morning nest time when the lightning cam less frequently and the storm cells were out of the area. Relief.

WBSE hatched at 4:57 pm nest time. Here is that video:

Here is the link to the live stream of the Sydney Sea Eagle Cam:

It would have been a perfect 3 for 3 if Tiny Little had been on the nest feeding off a big fish but it is only 16:15 and isn’t quite tea time for the fledglings.

This is a really quick update so that you know the little chick on Collins Marsh was really, really lucky. Everyone is so glad this baby is safe and well. Thank you for joining me. I am hoping to have some local bird images for you tomorrow. Take care!

Thank you to the following for their streaming cams where I took my screen shots: Collins Marsh Osprey Nest and Cumbrian Wildlife Trust and the Foulshaw Moss Osprey Nest.


  1. Linda Kontol says:

    Such good news Mary Ann! I saw the little one self feeding g and Mom feeding this morning. I’m so thankful!
    Maybe we will get 3 of 3 after all when we see Tiny Little today! Welcome to the little sea eaglet as well! Thanks Mary Ann and look forward to update newsletters. Take care!

  2. Salliane says:

    Thanks for the updates 🙂 Hopefully we will get to see Tiny Little again today!

  3. Estella Mac says:

    Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular article! It’s the little changes that will make the largest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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