Osprey Fly-By At Brigantine

I was going through images from a previous trip to the Brigantine Division of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge near Oceanville, NJ. This is a series of images of an Osprey that flew fairly close by me with nesting material. I was out of the car & on the Wildlife Drive which enabled me to follow the Osprey as it flew by. All images were taken with a Canon 400mm DO lens with a 1.4x teleconverter on a Canon 1D mkIV.

Osprey FlyBy, 400mm Canon DO lens, Canon 1DmkIV
Osprey FlyBy, 400mm Canon DO lens, Canon 1DmkIV

15 Comments on “Osprey Fly-By At Brigantine

  1. A unique perspective, you usually see them with a fish in their claws or maybe a stick – looks like this one is getting materials for the mattress.

    • I guess NJ ospreys like a softer nest material!😊 I have seen them carrying a wide variety of nest materials. But like you said a lot of times they have sticks!

  2. I guess NJ ospreys like a softer nest material!😊 I have seen them carrying a wide variety of nest materials. But like you said a lot of times they have sticks!

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