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  • Osprey family starts anew after storm

    Steve Shepard of the Mississippi Sierra club has been watching an osprey family nesting for the last several years on his family’s land in Gautier. This year, the family’s nest was destroyed by a storm, killing two babies, but they have rebuilt and appear to be nesting again.

Osprey family starts anew after storm

Steve Shepard of the Mississippi Sierra club has been watching an osprey family nesting for the last several years on his family’s land in Gautier. This year, the family’s nest was destroyed by a storm, killing two babies, but they have rebuilt and appear to be nesting again.
John Fitzhugh@sunherald.com jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com