Azalea has not traveled far since our last report on June 17. As of this satellite map at 6:00pm June 20, she is in a tree about 100 yards from the fish ponds at the Tidewater Research Station. She has however found a new location in which to roost at night. At midnight June 18, she was in her regular roost with other bald eagles. But at midnight June 17, 19 and 20 she was in a wooded swamp area east of the catfish ponds. I do not know if other eagles are there as well. Looks like I will have to take another trip to North Carolina real soon to find out. You will notice a heavy concentration of red satellite data points in this area, because she moved about here during the past 4 days, but visited the catfish ponds each of these days. A girl does have to eat, you know.