Watch: Live webcam shows three osprey chicks in nest in B.C.

Three osprey eggs hatched Wednesday morning at the FortisBC nest on Benvoulin Road in Kelowna

The circle of life is on full display for all to see.

Three osprey eggs hatched Wednesday morning at the FortisBC nest on Benvoulin Road in Kelowna.

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And you can watch the chicks' progress on the FortisBC osprey cam.

The webcam was first launched in 2012, and streams video continuously from May through September during nesting season.

The nest was relocated from a nearby utility pole 12 years ago.

Since then, a mated pair of ospreys has returned each year.

A year ago, one chick hatched and was named Oscar by its fans on social media.

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