I'd love to find that osprey's nest—I have been looking for a few years.
Ospreys don't nest in woods, but in the open where they can see 360 degrees
to spot predators—eagles and great horned owls. So if you are looking for
the nest, look in fields or on a cliff face in the area. There can not be
any trees around that are taller than the nest.

PLEASE let me know if you find it!
Candace

On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 8:48 AM, Donna Lee Scott <d...@cornell.edu> wrote:

> Reported fishing off shore by Lansing Station Rd, 700 house #s area.
> (Lansing, Cayuga Lake)
> Neighbor who reported it, thinks a pair nests in woods north of junction
> of Algerine rd. & Lans. Stat. Rd.
> She watched a pair flying that direction repeatedly while she kayaked last
> summer!
>
> Donna Scott
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