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.
******The Necanicum Watershed Council has our monthly board meetings on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Due to the ongoing Corona virus situation, we will be holding our monthly board meetings by Zoom. If you would like to attend the meeting please email email@example.com by noon the day prior to the meeting to get the call in details and receive meeting materials
Upcoming Board meetings:
May 26th 6-8pm
June 23rd 6-8pm
July 28th 6-8pm
August 25th 6-8pm
Osprey News Corner
As of April 28th, we have two eggs in the nest!!!
The first egg of the season was laid on April 25th and the second egg was laid on April 27th.
Osprey lay 1-4 eggs per brood and only have one brood per season, so more eggs are expected over the coming days. Eggs incubate for 36-42 days before they hatch – so the first chick could hatch as early as Memorial Day!
The nest cam can be found below and at https://www.seasideosprey.org
Good news! The female allowed me to take a few screen captures yesterday afternoon and I have confirmed that she has a leg band on her right leg! While the male does not appear to be Bob, based on the confirmation of the leg band and her markings, we can confirm the female is Betty!
Your tax deductible donation to the council is greatly appreciated and helps us help the watershed!