The Necanicum Watershed Council is a non-profit organization of community volunteers who work to ensure that our watershed is a healthy and functioning ecosystem. Through community outreach and education, landowner partnerships, and on-the-ground habitat development projects, we work to further understanding about the Necanicum Watershed and to make sure it has a sustainable future.
*****Join the Necanicum Watershed Council for our annual meeting on July 22nd at 6 pm. There will be a short meeting, followed by socializing with the friendly folks of the Necanicum Watershed Council.
Due to the ongoing Corona virus situation, the Necanicum Watershed Council will be holding this meeting by Zoom. If you would like to attend the meeting please email Angie at email@example.com by July 21st to get the connection details and receive meeting materials.
Hope to see you there!
******Due to the ongoing Corona virus situation, the Necanicum Watershed Council will be holding our monthly board meeting by Zoom. If you would like to attend the meeting please email by noon the day prior to the meeting to get the call in details and receive meeting materials
Osprey Cam Down for the Season
A lot of people have been asking about the status of the osprey camera this season. Unfortunately, it appears to have been damaged sometime over the last year and isn’t functioning. We have tried everything we can to resurrect it, but it remains unresponsive. We are as disappointed as you are that we can’t watch them, especially now that we are all at home. We have plans to replace the camera after the current nesting season is over and will have a new camera up and running next year.
On a positive note: I have heard reports that there are already birds in the nest, so even if we can’t see them, they seem to be making themselves at home. Hopefully after the crisis has ended, we will all get a chance to visit the park to see them before they head south.
Check out our Facebook page for the latest pictures and a short video of the babies in the nest taken by nest watcher Roger Oakes. Thank you Roger!
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osprey nest camera.