Osprey Chick is returned to its Nest at Monomoy Middle School

We are truly grateful to Chatham Fire Department and Eversource MA for assisting us with getting an Osprey chick back into its nest at Monomoy Middle School. The chick had been displaced from its nest by the tornadoes. The Chatham Fire Dept. quickly arrived on the scene. Because the nest was located near live wires, the Fire Dept. activated Eversource. They immediately came out to assist. We are grateful!

Thank you Eversource MA and the Chatham Fired Dept. for your commitment to the community and to wildlife.

Executive Director, Stephanie

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Osprey Rescue in Chatham, MA

We’re glad to have had the opportunity to work alongside the Chatham Fire Department & Wild Care Cape Cod to rescue an osprey in need during the week of the tornadoes. Osprey are cherished members of the Cape Cod community that frequently reside on our electric system. Our lineworkers are always there when you need them, and many receive special training on how to interact with local wildlife, like osprey. Check out this video to learn more about this #OperationOsprey rescue in Chatham.

Posted by Eversource MA on Wednesday, August 21, 2019

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