According to the Raptor Resource Project, "traditional names can create an undue tendency to anthropomorphize.
We have two options for you to view mountain conditions. This camera is located at the base of the Sunbowl Express Quad and gives a view of the lower portions of the trails Wingding, Kartwheel and Cataract.
Cameras were installed in the new nest and caught the 20 filming seasons, when the couple selected it again.
This occured largely through the efforts of neighborhood couple Mark & Heather Jeweler, who also arranged the partnerships and planning to provide live streaming of this nest.
They encourage anyone that recognizes a need to be come a peaceful, encouraging activist and make a difference.
When the osprey returned, they tried to build a new nest on top of a construction crane, beginning a daily routine of the construction crew removing the nesting material followed by the ospreys bringing it back.
Ultimately, the ospreys built a nest on a live utility pole at the construction site, which was later rendered safe by BGE.