As of May 24, Azalea is still dining on catfish in the ponds east of Plymouth, NC. Again she has limited her travels to the area containing the catfish ponds. However, she did do something different. For the first time she spent a night – May 18 – out of the communal roost. She stayed on the edge of the woods just west on the farm building complex of the Tidewater Research Station. Also for the past three days, May 22, 23 and 24 she has been exploring the southeast corner of this 500 or so acres which is all grazing land for cattle. That is where she is at the time of this satellite map May 24 at 10:00am.