Azalea continued to wander around in Northumberland County, and returned to locations she has been to before, plus one new creek. On Friday afternoon Sept 11 she had returned to the Little Wicomico River. She only stayed there a short while, then flew southwest over Burgess, VA to the area of the Wicomico River just north of Blackwells, where she has been before. Again she only stayed a short time, then flew north back to Hull Creek where she spent the night of Sept 11. She spent all day Saturday Sept 12 exploring both the eastern and western shores of Hull Creek where it enters from the Potomac River. Stayed there overnight Sept 12. On late Sunday morning Sept 13 she flew south to Sydnor’s Millpond which is just west of Edwardsville, VA and stayed there until the afternoon of Monday Sept 14 when she flew east to a new location for her, Hack Creek which is just west of Vir-Mar Beach, VA. It is a small creek off the Potomac River and is just north of Hack Neck’s Road Rt-644. She was there at the time of this satellite map.
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