That intimacy brings vast rewards, but also some risk.
The lives of osprey are not easy; it is estimated that about 50 to 60 percent of all osprey chicks do not survive their first year of life. Based on consultation with osprey researchers, it is our policy to not intervene in the nest.
A Kitchener woman who poisoned four children will be released from prison next month, even though the Parole Board of Canada says she still has issues around anger and frustration.
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explores the work of four contemporary Indigenous artists who deal with issues of past and present, healing and justice, hope and vision.
Diverse in their practices, these artists create work that speaks to present day issues, problems and solutions that emphasize the universality of human experiences. This exhibition will feature the work of artists Ann Beam, Anong Beam, Nyle Johnston, and Tim Mohan.
“They are opportunists and will eat the food that’s easiest to get.”While certainly disturbing to see what many think of as a cuddly pet, the reality is that eagles are birds of prey and don’t distinguish between cute and cuddly and dinner for their young.
The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania has two “eagle cams,” on in Hays and another in Harmer.
Follow @Nebulous Nikki An Indian fisherman prays to a partial solar eclipse seen in the sky over Bay of Bengal in Konark, 60 kilometers from eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar, Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
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Allen is expected to be released from prison in late July.
Once that happens, her parole conditions will include staying out of Waterloo Region, not having any contact with her victims or their families, not taking any drugs other than prescribed medications, and seeing mental health professionals.
The nest is no longer occupied by osprey nestlings and the remaining parent is away from the nest, or out of the camera's view, for considerable periods of time. You can subscribe to receive notices when the 2017 timeline is updated by clicking the blue tab in the upper right called If you enjoy watching the Osprey Cam, please make a donation online. Donations to the Belwood Lake Osprey Cam Fund will help support this and other GRCA projects that help bring you closer to nature, right here in the Grand River watershed.