As many of you have seen on wildlifetracking.org , Azalea has returned to the southern shores of the Potomac. She did a whirlwind tour of the Rappahannock and Mataponi Rivers before returning north.
CCB published a story in our e-newsletter this week on a recent eagle success story from the King and Queen County Landfill. An adult eagle was found emaciated and with broken bones at the landfill in June. She was taken to The Wildlife Center of Virginia where she healed and recuperated with the help of their skilled vets and staff. Turns out this eagle had been banded by CCB as a nestling in 2003 at a nest on the York River. She was released from the Wildlife Center of Virginia this week.
You can read more about her release back to the wild here