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David Horst column: Mystery grows as young ospreys disappear

5:50 PM, Jul. 19, 2013
A well developed osprey chick receives its leg band identification. Pat Fisher, a New London bird rehabilitator, is tracking osprey numbers in Waupaca, Outagamie and part of Winnebago counties.
A well developed osprey chick receives its leg band identification. Pat Fisher, a New London bird rehabilitator, is tracking osprey numbers in Waupaca, Outagamie and part of Winnebago counties.
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Pat Fisher is concerned about ospreys. Actually, she cares about all large birds, but this year ospreys have her very concerned.

Baby ospreys are disappearing from their nests.

The New London bird rehabilitator tracks osprey reproduction in Waupaca, Outagamie and part of Winnebago counties. She counts how many young are in each nest, checks their general health and bands their legs for future tracking. ...

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