Conanicut Island Raptor Project

Photo by Deb Seeger-Pini
The Conanicut Island Raptor Project, founded in 2005, is dedicated to the preservation, study and enjoyment of Jamestown's birds of prey. It is CIRP's belief that an informed community that values its wildlife will act responsibly to protect wild animals and the habitat on which they depend for survival. 

Thanks for joining us for our 11th year!!

Our osprey parents produced three chicks this year but we are not sure all three survived as only two were observed later in the summer.  Parents and young have left on their migration to South America.

Our nest web cam has been turned off.  See you next March!

2017 Statistics:

Male & female returned to the nest in late March

Three eggs present in the nest on May 15th

We have three healthy chicks!

We think only two survived to migrate south.

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