The last satellite map Nov 9 showed that Azalea was in a swampy area just east of Adner, VA and south of the Gloucester County Landfill. She is still there. From Nov 9 through Nov 12 all she has done is fly back and forth between the swamp and the landfill. She probably has lots of eagle companions there. Within 30 miles of the landfill in Gloucester, James City, King & Queen, and Middlesex counties there are about 45 active bald eagle nests.
I am late posting this map because I live in Virginia Beach and have not had electricity for 3 days. According to the news reports we have just had the 4th worst storm in our history. I know I had 11 1/2 inches of rain and winds 40mph or more for 3 days. I had to call Nuckols Tree Care (does the tree climbing for us at Norfolk Botanical Garden) to take down an oak tree that was leaning over my house aimed at my bedroom. Just got power back. Cheers!! – Reese