Ospreys nest in a mass of sticks on top of dead trees, atop power poles, on manmade nesting platforms, and sometimes on buoys, chimneys or other structures. The nests are most often used year after year and can get up to 10 feet high, as more nesting materials are added each breeding season. These two ospreys, in Country Walk in Wesley Chapel, were spotted by Sharon Thompson, in its nest on a light pole above the tennis court.
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