Azalea has found no reason to move on. She has not left the confines of the catfish farms since our last satellite map on May 24. She spent every night in the communal roost with the other visiting bald eagles. One minor change is that from May 25 through May 30, she sat in some trees that are close to the small fish ponds near the Tidewater Research Station area, something she has not done for about a month. As of this map at 6:00pm May 30, she is in a tree on the south edge of the cleared farming area about 1/2 mile from the roost area.
P.S. – Camellia map – The solar panel on the transmitter Camellia is wearing did not get enough sun to build up sufficient power to send a signal. Now that Camellia has begun flying about the solar battery should get charged and begin sending signals.
Thank you for the update on “Azalea” Reese. It seems she found a safe and supporting place to call home…if young Eagles actually have a “home” being roamers most of their young life. It’s going to be interesting to see where “NC” goes once he leaves NBG. Keep up the great work as usual.