By E.B. FURGURSON III
Now there is a sign of spring.
Franklin Manor resident Bob Gilbert, former photo editor of The Capital, snapped a photograph of a pair of ospreys hanging out on the community fishing pier on March 16 and said another pair was also seen.
Ospreys normally return to their summer spots to nest and hopefully hatch offspring. The male and females are known to mate for life and will return to the same nesting spot.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation set up a website allowing the public to track the migration of three osprey heading for Maryland waters from their wintering ground in South America.
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