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On Pet: The Ospreys of Narrow River - Shared screen with speaker view
Rosemary Smith
26:23
Welcome Everyone - if you have any questions please place them in the chat and we will answer them at the end of the presentation. Rosemary
John Eastman
26:33
We can hear you chatting back and forth.
Robin
32:52
Could you please post Tom’s email?
Alison Kates (she/her)
33:33
Tom Hoagland’s email address is tom.hoagland963@gmail.com
Marilyn Sherman
42:55
yes
Alison Kates (she/her)
48:59
Link to Audubon’s RI osprey osprey monitoring program: http://riosprey.info/
eric.kohlsaat
01:16:48
Do the osprey prefer the shallow portions of Narrow River vs the deeper upper ponds due to their preference for shallow water hunting?
Alison Kates (she/her)
01:21:17
Link to the Conanicut Raptor project osprey webcam in Jamestown: http://www.conanicutraptors.com/creek-nest-webcam/
Alison Kates (she/her)
01:30:06
Link to the Narrow River osprey webcam: http://www.narrowriver.org/ospreycam/
Joanne Lynch
01:41:35
someone just posted that a pair has returned to a nest off the Galilee Escape Road
Kay Schenck
01:43:51
Did I see fox or deer in the background?
Doug Fishkind
01:44:25
Great Presentation Craig and of course amazing project everyone involved! Question about Osprey fishing behavior. Over the years I've wondered that the daytime feeding cycle revolves around daylight hours AM / Noonish / Eve - do you know how lighting from sun (angled in AM and PM) or on overcast days and surface rippling can effects their siting of fish at the top surface and efficiency of capture? Their vision is amazing but always been curious how light, angle of illumintation, surface refraction etc... could effect their acuity at moment of dive and retrieval. Thanks Again Craig!
elizabeth nestor
01:45:43
great presentation, thank you!
Caroline Stabile
01:46:53
Thank you!
Alison Kates (she/her)
01:48:31
NRPA’s email: nrpa@narrowriver.org
Veronica Berounsky
01:49:22
Many nights when there were eggs in the nest, there were no parents staying in the nest - any idea why?
John Eastman
01:49:36
Found it. https://www.google.com/search?q=erne&oq=erne&aqs=chrome..69i57j46i67j0i67j0i433j46i433j0i131i433j0i67j46i433l2j46.1079j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
John Eastman
01:51:16
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_eagle
Doug Fishkind
01:51:42
Thank you!
eric.kohlsaat
01:54:41
Thank you Craig. Great presentation.
Marilyn Sherman
01:54:48
Thank you so much!