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Audubon CT's Live Osprey Cam

Located in Greenwich, Connecticut

Welcome to Audubon Connecticut’s Live Osprey Cam! This live video provides a unique, genuine, and close-up view of Osprey, a migratory bird that breeds in Connecticut in the spring and summer. During the breeding season, you will have a chance to observe nature in action through the daily lives of the Osprey occupying this platform as they build their nest, feed, incubate their eggs, and care for their young. Thank you for visiting! Stay tuned to see what happens next!

Please note, this camera is powered by solar energy. Expect streaming interruptions during low-light conditions, overcast, and unfavorable weather—when the camera has not received enough sunlight to power up.

You may have noticed there is trash in the nest. Unfortunately, Ospreys collect trash for use in nesting and it is unclear why. This serves as a good reminder for us humans—please remember to properly dispose of trash and to reduce, reuse, and recycle!

The installation of this camera was made possible by a generous anonymous donor. Additional in-kind assistance was provided by the Riverside Yacht Club and Atlantic Marine Construction, along with the Menunketuck Audubon Society and Audubon volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved for bringing this camera to life—for all to enjoy!

To view Osprey cam video highlights, visit us on YouTube.

Osprey Cam Contact: Stefan Martin, email

Select here to view our cam/nest intervention protocol.

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In the News

Press releases and news clips about the Audubon Connecticut Live Osprey Cam

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About Ospreys
Conservation

About Ospreys

Learn more about this incredible migratory bird species, which resides in Connecticut during the spring and summer months

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Audubon Connecticut Osprey Observations Facebook Contest
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Osprey Observations Facebook Contest

The contest closed June 30, 2017. You can view the contest rules here. Thank you to those who participated in our contest for an Audubon Patagonia fleece jacket.

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