This at the time abandoned nest (it stood for at minimum 10-15 several years right before being occupied) is now extremely sought just after by other ospreys. Here the resident woman sits on the nest and shortly after her mate lands. Then one more banded osprey tries to land on their nest. The remarkably seen red aux. band which has an alpha-numeric code enables us also ID this hen as: 65/D, who was banded as a nestling at a nest on Marshelder Island, off LBI, on June 26, 2017.