It is with great pleasure that Make it Missoula, SuzAnne and Sterling Miller of Dunrovin Ranch, and the University of Montana’s Wildlife Biology Program introduce you to Ozzie and Harriett and The West’s Best Nest! This 24/7 video stream is supported by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
The live osprey web camera at Dunrovin Ranch in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley introduces you to Ozzie and Harriett, their chicks, and their bird’s eye view of Dunrovin. Share in the wonder, awe, and humanity of living with this glorious family of osprey. By watching them and being in the moment with them, you will come to embrace them as neighbors who live in the nest.
Use the light orange links (upper left) to:
- find educational information about osprey and the highlights of Ozzie and Harriett
- learn more about Dunrovin Ranch and the Osprey Cam background
- meet the Dunrovin Osprey
- learn even MORE about Osprey Behavior on the Osprey Gone Wild page
If you enjoy the osprey webcam, please consider making a donation to help Dunrovin and the UM maintain and improve it so that we can broadcast these beautiful birds to even more people.
As you get to know them (and us) may you, too, hold your breath with every chick’s first flight.
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PS. Check out a fun book on Osprey that we found: Return of the Osprey: A Season of Flight and Wonder