Azalea was right where the satellite data said she would be. Behind a house at the intersection of Kings Grant Rd and Quimby Rd. Not the best situation for photos – cloudy, misty rain, about 100 yards away, and behind a pine branch. But, here she is. About a minute after I arrived a flock of about 20 Turkey Vultures flew over and Azalea got up and disappeared with them.
Thank you so much! I love following the eagles and thank you so much for allowing us to share in this incredible site!
Wow, Reese, you and your GPS (I guess?) are having a good day here! I think she was flirting with you….. Thanks for chasing and posting so quickly!
That’s great, Reese! You said you were going to go take her picture, and by golly, you did! It’s cool how accurate the satellite data is.
Excellent, Kudo’s to the team members for giving us desk bound turkeys an opportunity to fly with the eagles.
Reese, you sure are doing an amazing job finding this wonderful juvie of ours.
She looks super, and your photos are terrific!
Happy April Fools Day, Azalea! We are proud of you!
A creature of habit I see. One day one of us is going to get pictures of her with some nice sunshine and unobstructed view but it’s nice to be able to catch up on her and her where-abouts.