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Osprey pair are back for another season at Fort Calhoun Station

The ospreys arrived back at their nest in late March and are working to prepare it for new chicks.

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Crews complete major reactor vessel work at Fort Calhoun Station

OPPD crews recently finished cutting up and removing the plant's reactor vessel, a significant milestone in the decommissioning of Fort Calhoun Station.

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Osprey chick hatches at Fort Calhoun Station

Just one of three eggs laid by the resident female osprey at Fort Calhoun Station hatched this year, but that chick appears to be thriving.

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More osprey chicks on the way at Fort Calhoun Station

The resident osprey pair, whose home is the only known nesting site in eastern Nebraska, has three eggs that should hatch in late May or early June.

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Ospreys return to Fort Calhoun

The raptors are busy sprucing up their nest at Fort Calhoun Station, which is the only known osprey nesting site in eastern Nebraska.

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Reactor vessel work a focus again this year at Fort Calhoun

Crews at Fort Calhoun Station will dismantle the reactor vessel this year, as part of ongoing decommissioning work.

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