It's easy to notice in this photo an Osprey bringing a fish to the nest, but there are many layers to the story of what is actually going on here. The photo was taken today at Wallace Marine Park during a standard route we take that circles the soft-ball complex. When we first started we spotted a juvenile sitting on a light pole, and then found another juvenile on the nest which is built on top of a large cluster of lights. We noticed an Osprey fly in and possibly leave a fish in the nest. This happened a second time as we cicled the playing fields, and the bird on the nest seemed to be eating the fish. As we were about to complete our circle, some crying from the juveniles allerted us to a possible feeding coming up. The juvenile off of the nest flew to the nest, and then a third Osprey which had been sitting on a nearby power pole flew to the nest at which time I got this photo. This is the dad with the fish, and it appeared that he waited on purpose until both juveniles were on the nest to bring in the fish. The juveniles have fledged and are able to fly, but dad at this point is still bringing them fish to eat. Hunting for their own fish is the next skill they will have to learn in the next few weeks before taking off for probably Central America for the winter.