Camellia has Flown 54 MilesJune 29, 2010
Nightjar Survey investigates birds and land useJuly 1, 2010
Our girl and diva Azalea has not traveled far since our last map on June 20. As of this morning (June 29) at 11:00am she was perched in a tree close to the Tidewater Research Station fish ponds. She flew north of highway Route 64 on June 23, 24 and 27, but these three trips were very brief. She did spend her nights in three different locations. At midnight June 21, 22, 24, 25, 27 and 28, she was in the communal roost at the southwest corner of the map. At midnight June 23 and 26, she was in the new roost she first stayed in two weeks ago. At midnight June 29 she was in a new location, a section of woods bordering the east side of the catfish pond area. During the day she mostly stayed around the catfish ponds.
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