Azalea and Camellia spent part of yesterday together at the north end of Back Bay off Stuart Road in Virginia Beach. Azalea and Camellia both arrived in this area on May 20 about 11:00am. They spent the night there with Azalea on the north side of small pond and Camellia on the south side. Azalea data only goes through 6:00am May 21. Camellia left at about 6:00am and returned to the farm field by Charity United Methodist Church.
Azalea – Orange lines – Green data point 1:00am May 21 – White data point 6:00am May 21
Camellia – Blue lines – Pink data point 1:00am May 21 – Yellow data point 6:00am May 21
Cool. Makes me smile.
how interesting!! I’m so curious to know where this year’s eaglets will go when they’re released…if they’re released someplace they’ve never been before, like Westover Plantation, would they be able to find their way back to NBG?
Response – The 2011 eaglets will likely find their way back to their natal area. They have imprinted on this area and no matter where they are released they will eventually return to this area.
Thanks Reese!! So neat to see them so close to each other. Wonderful to know where they are!
Reese, thank you for posting. So exciting to see how close they have been. Makes me also wonder about where their siblings may be. Absolutely fascinating to follow their journeys!
This is so neat! Reese, thanks for posting this. Sibs flying together for a time. Makes me smile in this season of ups and downs. 🙂
Thanks for posting, Reese. It is so cool to know they are so close together!
That’s so interesting. Both arrived the same day and same time of day. Thanks for the updates Reese!
That is so neat and really mases me smile. Go kids!
Thank you Reese – I think we needed this. Things like this just make me wonder if any of the other siblings are close by too! Remember that saying “Birds of a feather flock together”? It may be truer than we think. Miss you on the blog – hope to see you there soon.
I love that we know where they are. I wish they would transmitter one of the current eaglets at WCV, so many people would be following. Thanks Reese
Mr. Lukei wouldn’t it be great to see them sitting on a branch together discussing their travels.
Always enjoy your weekly updates and glad to see Camellia keeping the environment clean in the flooded field. He’s a good boy.