Not much to report about Azalea this time. She is still at the private catfish fark and NC Tidewater Research Station east of Plymouth, NC. Only change is she has again stayed two nights May 7 and 8 at a second night time communal roost (private property) which is located in the upper right of the picture. As of this satellite map at 1:00am May 9 she is in the TRS communal roost in woods on SW corner of the map – white data point.
Reese – Thank you so much for the updates on the eagles. It is just the most wonderful thing to know they are both doing well and getting on with their lives. Azalea surely enjoys catfish! And that Camellia is still flying after almost a year is just a true joy. Another example of the good parenting of our mom and dad eagle. You do such a good job of keeping us updated on their progress. Receiving the updates is special. Thanks!