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- Also called a “sea hawk,” the osprey’s outer toes are reversible, enabling it to grasp fish that are its sole prey.
- Osprey can sight fish from greater than 100 feet above the water, and then dive with talons outstretched to get it.
- Ospreys are found on every continent except Antarctica. Each summer, they return to their natal nesting grounds to breed.
- Ospreys nest on the tops of both dead and live trees, as well as atop utility poles and man-made nesting platforms.