More commonly known as Sea Hawks (Go Hawks!), a family of ospreys have made their home atop a telephone pole outside of OCI’s office. The osprey chicks hatched from their eggs in the Spring and today they were finally ready to spread their wings! Senior Engineer Robert Parish, our avid office bird-watcher, snapped a picture of two of the young osprey (one in the nest and one on the light) with their mother (on the right) this morning as they rested their wings for a moment. Usually young Ospreys return to their nest for food brought in by their parents for at least two weeks after fledging, so they should hang around a little longer before moving on to bluer skies. Stop by the office for a look through the binoculars before they’re gone!