Azalea remains in Virginia Beach, but in a new location for her. She spent all day of Mar 5 in the Richardson Road area of Witchduck in Virginia Beach. About 5:00pm she flew to First Landing State Park and remained overnight there. The morning of Mar 6 she took flight wandering south over the resort beachfront area making her way to Red Wing Lake. The wooded area where she spent the night is near the Red Wing Golf Course, but the woods are part of the Dam Neck Naval Complex. She stayed there at midnight Mar 7. Yesterday she wandered south a short distance to Lake Tecumseh but then returned to Red Wing Lake by 5:00pm yesterday Mar 7 – white data point.
I’m staying this week on the beach at 9th with my eyes to the sky – but with no luck. ;-(
I am thinking that Camellia likes to be near air strips. The lights and noises remind him of his “birth-place”.
Thanks Reese for all you do. Hope to see you soon on a trip to NBG.
OPPS! Wrong eagle! Meant to say what I said about Azalea. Although, Camellia tends to like air stips as well.
There has been an eagle in a tall oak tree behind my house off and on for the last three days (March 7th-9th). I live in Norfolk in the Lake Terrace neighborhood.