Osprey Camera Live Feed- Wolf Bay

​The live video project at Wolf Bay is a collaboration between the City of Orange Beach, The Nature Conservancy and the Alabama Coastal Foundation.  Please watch Josephine (who goes by "Jo") and Elbert ("Bert") & share this resource with others!


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Third Grade Teachers: Please click here to access Osprey Lesson Plans. Osprey are often referred to as the Sea Hawk and are one of about 243 bird species that call the Gulf of Mexico home. They are an important indicator species as they rely almost exclusively on fish for food and nest in high locations, both of which require stable habitats. If the fisheries and marshlands that provide the food source suffers, these unique raptors would not be able to survive in our areas any longer.

Since 1993, the Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF) has worked to promote a culture where environmental decisions are based on an accurate understanding of the underlying science, the dissemination of factual information, and the engagement of government, industry and citizens to find solutions to Alabama's coastal environmental challenges. We bring that vision into reality through our inclusive environmental stewardship approach.

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