Well, Azalea seems to have found a place she likes, and she must be finding food. She spent all the day of Jan 9 on the eastern branch of South Lake in the northern section of Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. On the morning of Jan 10 she flew south crossing Rt 64 and spent the day checking out the farm fields, then returned to South Lake just before dark. On Jan 11 she spent the day exploring the much wider western branch of South Lake. One very interesting aspect of her behavior. She has spent 5 nights there in one location – Jan 5/6, Jan 6/7, Jan 8/9, Jan 10/11 and Jan 11/12. That is her last location on this map – white data point.