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osprey

a large brown bird of prey with white underparts and head. Called also Pandion haliaetus.
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Ospreys are monogamous but spend their migrating winters apart, making this a long-awaited reunion.
Ospreys live near lakes, rivers, estuaries, ponds, reservoirs, and even coral reefs.
And it will be interesting to see the effects of a tough recent schedule of four straight away games (with just one try) following home clashes against Ospreys and Clermont.
Treviso, for whom Kris Burton kicked a first-half penalty, replied with a Ludovico Nitoglia try but the Ospreys completed the scoring with Joe Bearman and replacement Tom Isaacs adding further tries as fly-half Dan Biggar finished with 16 points.
North American ospreys are often found in the same areas as bald eagles (also a fish eater) and often may be confused with them.
Wales star James Hook kicked the Ospreys to victory with five penalties, but Leicester's losing bonus point meant they finished top of Pool Three.
As Wales chase their first win at Twickenham in 20 years, Gatland said: "You can't escape the fact that the Ospreys have been one of the form sides in Europe so far this season.
After fledging, young ospreys from Michigan fly to Florida and South America.
Glasgow were committed, but had no answer to Ospreys after the break as they ran in four tries in a confident display.
The Air Force has plans to acquire 50 CV-22 Ospreys to replace its fleet of MH-53J Pave Low helicopters used to land and evacuate special operations forces from hostile areas.
OSPREYS rounded off their British & Irish Cup in Pool Three campaign with defeat against Yorkshire Carnegie at the Gnoll.