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osprey

a large brown bird of prey with white underparts and head. Called also Pandion haliaetus.
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Kielder Osprey Watch will be open every weekend at Leaplish Visitor Centre, from when the eggs hatch to when the chicks fledge, manned by the team of Northumberland Wildlife Trust volunteers.
The pesticide DDT took its effect on the osprey and other birds.
Osprey eggs hatch in about a month in the order they were laid.
The goal of Michigan's osprey reintroduction program is 30 established pairs in the southern Lower Peninsula by 2020.
The Osprey team relies on regular warfighter participation throughout the development process to build the training system.
The Pentagon said in its report to Congress, which required the update, that the Osprey ``program reviews have been comprehensive, the organizational, technical and programmatic issues are adequately addressed, and the plan represents a rational approach to return to flight testing and program recovery.
The Osprey is a hugely important program for the Marine Corps, a mostly autonomous arm of the Navy.
After an eagle encounter, the osprey always continued to soar and fish.
Osprey is very fortunate to have the opportunity to serve the growing and vital nonwovens industry.
After more than three years of use and rigorous testing at Partners HealthCare, we are confident that Osprey COI RiskManager is a reliable, efficient, and user friendly solution to report and proactively identify potential conflict of interest issues at medical organizations," said Scott McNeal, Director, Research Enterprise Applications at Partners HealthCare.
GLASLYN'S ospreys have hatched a pair of chicks in the past few days - watched by a crowd of onlookers at the reserve's the visitor centre.