Osprey On A Masthead. Photography And Text By Keith R Wahl
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Here is something that I will bet that you might not know about people who work in boatyards. Most of them are very sensitive to nature and wildlife.
When walking around boatyards and marinas, there is often a call out to our boys or me, "Hey look at this over here!" In some secreted spots, there is not only an example of wildlife but also a habitat built for it. A pole and platform for birds to build their nests. A small place along some rocks for ducks to sleep and nest.
And so it is with this Osprey found atop a mast. The bird of prey is not chased away but is rather welcomed. Because that is the way of the boatyard.
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