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Viewers can spot swans, herons, egrets, sandhill cranes, muskrats, mink, deer, bald eagles, osprey and more.
Eagles and ospreys have returned to the region in record numbers, a testament to the success of the cleanup efforts along the entire length of the Connecticut River.
A Facebook page for the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is updated often by birders and other nature lovers, who post candid pictures of osprey and eagles hunting and eating fish.
The osprey is also far from the most keep-Oregon-weird symbol.
Now Sen. Fred Girod, R-Stayton, wants the osprey recognized as the state raptor.
Hike through a barrens landscape and along the Castle Rock Flowage at Buckhorn State Park, W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave., Necedah, and look for osprey, a Wisconsin threatened species.
Sen. Fred Girod, R-Stayton, who introduced the osprey bill, said earlier this year during a committee hearing that the meadowlark is not an exciting bird.
Mute swans, white pelicans, osprey and bald eagles have been seen at different times among these birds that prefer to nest in colonies, but one time, Connie Witkowski said, there was a successful owl nest oddly among the others.
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Origin and Etymology of osprey
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a large bird that eats fish
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