Boulderites have been following a live osprey nest camera with two birds. The pair of raptors had laid three eggs this season, but the late snowstorm last week that dumped nearly a foot of snow on Boulder ending up leaving the eggs unincubated for a period of time, and the ospreys lost the eggs.

Luckily, the ospreys were able to lay two new eggs this week, one of which has been confirmed by wildlife officials as being viable, with the second likely to be viable as well.

Osprey eggs hatch about 36-42 days after being laid and fledging — when the wing feathers are developed enough for flight — occurs 50-55 days after hatching. This means that you can watch the eggs hatching soon!

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder, OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.