The nest is at the Richmond docks someplace.
from the Osprey Cam Page:
"We are thrilled to announce the launch of live, 24-hour video of an active Osprey nest on the Richmond shoreline!
We've installed two high-definition video cameras that will allow
close-up views of an Osprey pair courting, nesting, incubating eggs, and
raising their young on top of a World War 2 maritime crane -- with
stunning views of the Bay and the S.F. skyline in the background.
Infrared camera capability will even allow us to view the nest at night
without disturbing the birds.
An Osprey pair -- whom we've named Richmond (for the city) and Rosie
(for the nearby Rosie the Riveter historical monument) -- is currently
in residence, courting and copulating. We expect the first egg to be
laid within the next couple of weeks. Then incubation will take about 40
days. Once the chicks hatch, they will spend about 55 days in the nest
View the live video feed at http://sfbayospreys.org
Check out the Nest Cam and please share it with your friends! We believe
that the compelling drama of this growing family of "sea hawks" will
create thousands of local Osprey fans. And their love for these birds
will inspire them to become advocates for local wildlife and a clean and
Along with the live video feed, our Nest Cam web site includes
background information on Ospreys and what people can do to help protect
them. There is a live chat area where you can ask questions or share
reactions to developments at the nest."