Long-term research at the Andrews Forest examines stream ecosystem dynamics and populations of key species, such as cutthroat trout.
The Ospreycam is natural extension of our interest in understanding mountain stream ecosystems.
More detailed information on the project is available here: About Ospreycam Unfortunately, our limited internet bandwidth prevents us from sending real-time video to the outside world.
With the webcam we can view behavior, diet and nesting success without disturbing the pair, or spending hours on end perched in the top of an old growth tree.
This site will contribute to global efforts to monitor Osprey population dynamics as a sentinel species in understanding impacts of climate, commercial fishing and environmental contaminants on aquatic ecosystems: Osprey Watch.