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Tom & Audrey's Osprey Adoption
 
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Stars of the Chesapeake Conservancy's Osprey Cam, Tom and Audrey, adopt two chicks into their nest.
Views: 11839 Chesapeake Conservancy
Ozzie's Rescue 2
 
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The youngest of Tom and Audrey's chicks - Ozzie - got caught in some mono-filament fishing line on July 28. The next morning Chesapeake Conservancy Staff and the Crazy Osprey Family staged a rescue to remove the line from around both feet. Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/... to see the rest of the chicks learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Tom & Audrey Osprey, and their first chick of 2013
 
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Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. For the first time, this year, Tom & Audrey laid a four egg clutch. The first chick hatched on Sunday, May 26. Check out this high def video of the chick and its proud parents. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/Osprey-Cam to see the rest of the chicks hatch, grow, and learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Ozzie's Rescue
 
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The youngest of Tom and Audrey's chicks - Ozzie - got caught in some mono-filament fishing line on July 28. The next morning Chesapeake Conservancy Staff and the Crazy Osprey Family staged a rescue to remove the line from around both feet. Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/... to see the rest of the chicks learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Views: 17705 Chesapeake Conservancy
Osprey Cam Highlights 2016
 
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video editing by Peter Turcik
Views: 19643 Chesapeake Conservancy
Peregrine Falcon Cam Highlights 2016
 
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Highlights from the second season of the Chesapeake Conservancy's Peregrine Falcon Cam, featuring parents Boh and Barb, and eyases Charlie, Pauli, and Pratt. These falcons live on the 33rd floor of Transamerica Building in Downtown Baltimore video editing by Peter Turcik
Views: 54847 Chesapeake Conservancy
Fones Cliffs
 
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These white cliffs tower over 100 feet over the Rappahannock River and are home to one of the largest concentration of bald eagles on the East Coast. http://chesapeakeconservancy.org/fones-cliffs-petition/ Sign our petition asking President-elect Trump and members of Congress to approve full funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a federal program that supports the protection of national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and other natural and recreational resources
Return to the Rappahannock River
 
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On June 17, 2017, the Chesapeake Conservancy joined the National Park Service and numerous other partners to formally transfer ownership of a one-acre property to the Rappahannock Tribe. The parcel, purchased by Virginia Warner, daughter of former U.S. Sen. John Warner, is part of the tribe's ancestral lands along the Rappahannock River. The tribe will use this land as a staging area for their Return to the River program, an effort to engage tribal youth in the traditions of their ancestors that were practiced there for thousands of years and in traditional water-related activities, such as canoeing, fishing, and camping. http://chesapeakeconservancy.org/2017/06/17/ancestral-land-donated-rappahannock-tribe/ video editing by Peter Turcik
Werowocomoco
 
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Your support for the Chesapeake Conservancy allows us to protect and conserve special places of the Chesapeake, like Werowocomoco. Aerial Images by Matt Rath Illustrations by Rob Wood Gourd image by Kate Marks - Art by Ethan Brown Video by Christina Lucero Edited by Peter Turcik
Mallows Bay-Potomac River
 
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Music and editing by Wild Echo Media
Tom and Audrey feeding Maine and Montana
 
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Highlight from the 2015 season of the Chesapeake Conservancy's Osprey Cam. Parents Tom and Audrey feed their two foster chicks Maine and Montana. The chicks were successfully introduced by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Raptor Biologist Craig Koppie View the webcam live at http://bit.ly/1EWb8nM
Getting the Nest Ready for the New Arrivals
 
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Craig Koppie, raptor biologist with US Fish & Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Bay Field Office, working on preparations for Tom & Audrey, osprey's featured on Chesapeake Conservancy's webcam, to receive their foster chicks. Thank you to the Crazy Osprey Family!
Osprey Test Flight
 
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Tom, Audrey and their chicks, Chester, Essie, and Ozzie, are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Check out this high def of the chicks starting to flex their wings and build the muscles they will need to fly. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/Osprey-Cam to see the rest of the chicks practice their "happy dance" and continue to mature into full-grown osprey. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Monarch Habitat Conservation in Action Made Possible through Amazing Partnerships!
 
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In 2014, Chesapeake Conservancy, in partnership with Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control (DNREC) & The Conservation Fund, conserved 17.7 acres of land along Chapel Branch, a tributary to the Nanticoke River near Seaford, DE. The property, known as the Moore Property, was purchased by The Conservation Fund using funds from the Delaware Open Space Program & a grant from the Chesapeake Conservancy. Mt. Cuba Center & Longwood Foundation have generously supported conservation along the Nanticoke River. To ensure the perpetual protection of this property, it was transferred to the Nanticoke River Watershed Conservancy & a conservation easement was created for the property now held by DNREC, Division of Fish and Wildlife. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Chesapeake Bay Field Office provided funding for monarch habitat restoration on the property which is nearby two national refuges. We recently visited the site and found a thriving butterfly habitat!
Whitetails of Deer Creek
 
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Although common to the point that they have often become "pests", away from the highways and backyards where most people see them, deer are amazing creatures with complex mating rituals. Since they lack their historic predators that used to keep them in check, it is a necessity for humans to monitor and control their populations to prevent overpopulation that causes the more frequent spread of disease and ultimately starvation. In this video, a herd is seen stopping in Deer Creek, located in northern Harford County, Maryland to take a drink. You will see several bucks in the herd which is common during the early fall. Soon after the males will battle over females. The strongest male, often the one with the largest antlers, will be the one to pass its genes onto the next generation, ensuring only the best traits are perpetuated. These bucks shed their antlers each year. Through education, the Susquehannock Wildlife Society and Chesapeake Conservancy hope to ensure the survival of our native wildlife by helping the public appreciate it. For more information, please visit our websites: www.chesapeakeconservancy.org www.suskywildlife.org
Releasing Injured Falcon Eyas
 
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US Fish and Wildlife Raptor Biologist, Craig Koppie releases one of the young falcons that recently flew into the office window of the Transamerica building in downtown Baltimore. The eyas was temporarily removed and taken to a rehab facility. The birds Koppie throws out are food for the falcon. Thank you to the Transamerica staff for bringing the injury to our attention.
TU Stream Restoration
 
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TU Stream Restoration
Establishing the John Smith Chesapeake Trail
 
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An in depth look at the founding of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail, the nation's first all water national historic trail, which was established in December of 2006 by President George W. Bush
Nanticoke River Flyover
 
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A rare aerial view of the Nanticoke River. For more information on what the Chesapeake Conservancy is doing to protect this beautiful river corridor visit: http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/Nanticoke-River-Conservation-Corridor-Initiative
Falcon Cam Highlights 2017
 
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Video editing by Chris Barry and Peter Turcik
Cry of the Red Fox
 
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The red fox is likely the only wild canine many of us will ever encounter. Thanks to their ability to adapt to our cities and suburban areas they don't just survive but flourish. Despite how common they may be, there is a still a few things about them that may surprise you, for instance, take a moment and listen to their unusual cry, it sounds more like a bird than something related to wolves and our pet dogs. Through education, the Susquehannock Wildlife Society and Chesapeake Conservancy hope to ensure the survival of our native wildlife by helping the public appreciate it. For more information, please visit our websites: www.chesapeakeconservancy.org www.suskywildlife.org * Video, music, & sound design by Scott McDaniel
2018 Champions of the Chesapeake Awards: Full Video
 
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Full length video produced for the 5th Annual Champions of the Chesapeake Awards honoring the Department of Defense’s Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) program, The Conservation Fund, and Ecosystem Investment Partners
2018 Champions of the Chesapeake: The Conservation Fund
 
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Video produced for the 5th Annual Champions of the Chesapeake Awards honoring The Conservation Fund, accepted by Larry Selzer, president and CEO, for its signature commitment to conserve naturally and culturally important land across the Chesapeake and along the John Smith Chesapeake Trail, such as Werowocomoco and Fones Cliffs in Virginia.
2017 Champion of the Chesapeake: Microsoft
 
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Microsoft Corporation was honored by the Chesapeake Conservancy as the 2017 Corporate Champion of the Chesapeake for generously providing the technology that supports the Conservancy's program of precision conservation in the Chesapeake and beyond. October 15, 2017
Werowocomoco: A Powhatan Place of Power
 
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The discovery of Werowocomoco was confirmed more than 400 years after the Indian leader Powhatan first interacted with people from Jamestown. Check out a short film made in partnership with the National Park Service about this historic place and learn more about the sacred site and Native Americans in the Chesapeake region at chesapeakeconservancy.org/werowocomoco and nps.gov/cajo/planyourvisit/werowocomoco.htm
Barb Feeds Three Eyasses
 
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4.27.16 - Footage from the Chesapeake Conservancy's Peregrine Falcon Cam of falcon mom, Barb feeding her three eyasses, including the last of the brood, which hatched on 4.26.16 Watch Falcon Cam live athttp://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/peregrine-falcon-webcam
Great Blue Heron Cam Highlights 2016
 
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Highlights from the 2016 season of the Chesapeake Conservancy's Great Blue Heron Cam. This live-streaming webcam shows nests in a heron rookery, or colony, on the Eastern Shore. The featured nest includes parents Rell and Eddie, as well as chicks Felix, Lafayette, and Moe. The nest in front of the cam is also visited by the twig bandit, stealing sticks for its own nest video editing by Peter Turcik
Tom and Audrey feeding their first two chicks
 
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Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. For the first time, this year, Tom & Audrey laid a four egg clutch. Check out this high def video of the first two chicks to hatch getting a tasty meal. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/Osprey-Cam to see the rest of the chicks hatch, grow, and learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Fish Tank Cam
 
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Check out our newest webcam addition! April Fools 2019 Check out our REAL webcams at: https://chesapeakeconservancy.org/what-we-do/explore/wildlife-webcams/
Ozzie's Flight
 
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The youngest of Tom and Audrey's chicks - Ozzie - finally takes to the skies. After much anticipation, the first (and second) trips out of the nest were captured early Sunday morning. Keep an eye out as all three chicks and both parents continue to come and go. Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/... to see the rest of the chicks learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Chessie's First Flight
 
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Osprey Cam chick Chessie has been practicing and practicing. Finally, on July 21 the little chick took to the air and left the nest for the first time! See more of Osprey Cam live here: http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/osprey-cam
Maryland Public Television - Direct Connections - Chesapeake Conservancy Osprey Cam
 
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Chesapeake Conservancy Executive Director Joel Dunn was on Maryland Public Television's Direct Connections talking about the Conservancy's Osprey Cam. You can see the camera live at www.ospreycamera.org
Hey, What's This New Place?
 
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Boh and Barb's oldest eyas wakes up from nap time and finds a secret passage to the great unknown area outside the nest. Soon middle sibling sees the freedom and wants a taste. Footage from the Chesapeake Conservancy's Falcon Cam. Watch live at http://bit.ly/1aZGHRh
Any Day Now!
 
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Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. The three chicks, Chester, Essie, and Ozzie, are growing up before our eyes and will be taking flight soon! Visit our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/osprey-camera to watch the action and see their first lift-off. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Falcon Feeding Eyasses
 
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Footage from Peregrine Falcon Cam, May 9, 2016. Parent brings back food for eyasses
Flew South 4 Winter
 
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The Chesapeake's favorite osprey family - Tom, Audrey, Chester, Essie, and Ozzie - have all flown the coop. This final video shows the Crazy Osprey Family removing the nest for the winter. The Osprey Cam will be live again in March of 2014 at http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/. Check out our website in the meantime for links to videos from the Osprey Cam this year. Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
You Are the Chesapeake
 
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The life-giving waters of the Chesapeake Bay are created from the unification of its many incredible rivers. The soul of these waters are not only found in its breathtaking landscapes, seafood, and iconic wildlife, but its people too. Each have a story to tell and all flow together to become as one. The Chesapeake.
Historic Component Trails added to Capt. John Smith Trail
 
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Sec. of Interior Ken Salazar named four rivers as historic components of the Capt. John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail. The addition adds almost 900 miles to the system and includes the Susquehanna, Chester, upper Nanticoke and upper James Rivers.
Tom and Audrey's First Egg of 2014
 
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After making their way back from South American and rebuilding their nest, Audrey has laid her first egg of 2014. Keep watching to see how many more eggs she lays and to follow the rest of the action happening at the nest. Be sure to follow live by watching the Chesapeake Conservancy's Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/Osprey-Cam to see the rest of the chicks hatch, grow, and learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Mallows Bay World War I Commemoration
 
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Ranger Josh from the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail brings you a special event Saturday, April 22 at Mallows Bay! Join Chesapeake Conservancy and National Park Service Chesapeake Bay to see the Roving Ranger and enjoy activities to commemorate the centennial of the United States entering World War I. Find more details at https://www.charlescountymd.gov/DiscoverQuest video and editing by Peter Turcik
Flying over the Barge Wreck
 
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3D tour of the Barge wreck at the proposed Mallows Bay-Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary Video captured by Cirrus Studios
Falcon Eyas On the War Path
 
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Boh and Barb come back to the nest only to be chased away by their ornery eyas suffering from fledgling anxst. Footage from Peregrine Falcon Cam captured on June 17, 2016
Support the Chesapeake Conservancy Today!
 
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Support the Chesapeake Conservancy in our mission to protect and restore the land and water that matter to you. http://bit.ly/2BH2Odx Editing by Peter Turcik
Barb Lays Her First Egg
 
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Footage from the Chesapeake Conservancy's Peregrine Falcon Cam in downtown Baltimore. Barb lays her first egg of 2016. Watch Peregrine Falcon Cam live at http://bit.ly/1aZGHRh
Enabling Precision Conservation in Chesapeake Bay - Microsoft & Chesapeake Conservancy
 
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Learn how Microsoft cloud and AI tools are helping those that live and work on the Chesapeake Bay protect and restore the watershed.
Tom and Audrey feeding their first three chicks
 
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Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. For the first time, this year, Tom & Audrey laid a four egg clutch. Check out this high def video of the first three chicks to hatch getting a tasty meal. You will see that Audrey favors the two largest chicks - this is natural, and you will see that the smallest does occasionally get some fish. It's survival will be dependent on Tom's ability to provide enough fish to satiate all three (and eventually four) chicks. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/... to see the rest of the chicks hatch, grow, and learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
Audrey Feeds the Chicks Lunch On June 10th
 
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Tom & Audrey are the Chesapeake's newest reality TV stars - filming from Maryland's Eastern Shore. Check out this high def video of the three getting lunch on June 10th. Watch our Osprey webcam http://www.chesapeakeconservancy.org/... to see the rest of the chicks hatch, grow, and learn to fly. It's the best "reality show" you can watch! Special thanks to Skyline Technology Solutions, who is managing the video stream for us, Earth Security Electronics, who installed and set up the camera, Investigative Options Inc., for maintaining the camera, and the Shared Earth Foundation.
2017 Champion of the Chesapeake: Gov. Larry Hogan
 
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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan was recognized as the Chesapeake Conservancy's 2017 Public Service Champion of the Chesapeake for his historic investment of $3 billion in Bay restoration efforts, including fully funding the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund and restoring Program Open Space. October 15, 2017

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