Osprey have a view from the top on ATC nest platforms
ATC is committed to environmental leadership in all aspects of our business. One of the ways we demonstrate this commitment is through our avian stewardship.
According to the Department of Natural Resources, about 87 percent of Wisconsin’s breeding osprey population nest on platforms. There are more than 100 nesting platforms located on or adjacent to transmission lines in ATC’s service area, and these platforms support successful breeding of this once declining species.
These platforms protect the birds, enhance electric reliability and promote continued recovery of the species. Learn more about how we protect our feathered friends.
We recently spotted two osprey families nesting along our Clear Lake-Woodmin line in northern Wisconsin.
|An osprey gets comfy on a nesting platform near our Woodmin Substation.|
|There are more than 100 nesting platforms located on or near ATC facilities|
Madison, Wis., employees and their families also have taken office mascots, toy osprey couple Ozzie and Harriet, out and about “Flat Stanley” style over the years.
|Riding along for Bike to Work Week.|
|Enjoying the lake breeze on Cana Island, Door County, Wis.|
|Tagging along for Pesto Fest at Vermont Valley Community Farm.|