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Fri Oct 22, 2021, 06:17 PM

Read this, on an Osprey site. View occurred a few hundred miles from me:

'I just saw an Osprey dip down and catch a fish on Kent Island MD south of bay bridge. Is this possible still hasnít migrated? I wish I was fast enough to snap a pic as I was in disbelief one was still around, but 💯 sure definitely an Osprey.'

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2naSalit Oct 22 #1
elleng Oct 22 #2

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Fri Oct 22, 2021, 10:52 PM

1. Up here we usually have...

a few stragglers who stay well into snow time in November, then they head for the coast. You may start seeing some who don't migrate anymore due to changing climate.

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Fri Oct 22, 2021, 10:58 PM

2. Have heard some seen not far from me in southern MD recently,

but not by me.

Also saw that some hang around PA and further north, for a couple of months.

'Hawk Mountain migration count reports ospreys way into November, although the peak definitely is late August to mid-October.' Hawk Mountain is a mountain ridge, part of the Blue Mountain Ridge in the Appalachian Mountain chain, located in central-eastern Pennsylvania near Reading and Allentown.

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