Azalea wandered about a little more over the period Jan 27 through 4 pm Jan 30. On Jan 27 she stayed around South Lake. On Jan 28 she checked out the south shore of East Lake. On Jan 29 she flew across Rt 64 again to the farm fields that she has visited several times. On the afternoon of Jan 30 she again crossed Rt 64 and flew to Sawyer Lake where she visited on Jan 4th and was spotted by two visitors to Alligator River NWR. As of this satellite map at 4 pm Jan 30 she is on Sawyer Lake just east of Buffalo City Road.
Oh Azalea – I am so glad you are happy in your new home. I do hope you stay there for a long time. It is good to know that people have spotted you. It lets us know you are well.
Your Mom and Dad have a new nest and hopefully one day more little ones who will grow to be strong and independent like you. You will be in my heart forever, especially being the first eagle I was ever close enough to touch.
May you soar safely in the fresh salty air.
It is amazing to me the travels of Azalea.She has truly captured the hearts of so many people. I appreciate your experience and knowledge and sharing this with us.Again THANK YOU.