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We told you a couple of weeks ago about the Chelan County PUD's osprey nesting program, where the PUD puts up 65-foot-tall posts for ospretys to nest so they don't nest on utility poles and bring the risk of outages. The osprey nesting program has been going on each year since 2006, but PUD Wildlife Biologist Kelly Cordell says osprey still occasionally cause issues:

Cordell says overall, the nesting program has been a success:

Cordell says there are a lot of people out there keeping eyes out on the osprey, and letting the PUD know when one is on a power pole.

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