The abandoned nest that is only forty five feet away from the old one became the elementary school for two juvenile Ospreys.
There are only two young ones in the Osprey family. Are they brothers or sisters? It's hard to tell. I can tell apart the adult female from male but when it comes to juvenile Ospreys I am lost.
Anyway, while one of juvenile Ospreys was learning how to keep balance on the log, his sibling carefully studied the platform of the abandoned nest.
This juvenile Osprey certainly has an interesting personality and his behavior was so captivating that I took numerous photos of this young one.
Finally, the juvenile abandoned the log and joined his sibling.
The whole story was unfolding to the accompaniment of their mother's chirping who was watching her babies very intensely. The young ones for the first time flew out of the nest and their mother turned into a ball of nerves. For how long?...
Generally, life is good!