Azalea has been traveling again. On May 21 she left Virginia Beach and flew back south into North Carolina and Pasquotank county. She spent the night near the intersection of Rt 17 and 158 northwest of Elizabeth City. The next morning, May 22 she returned north and to Virginia Beach and spent the night off Inlynnview Rd in Great Neck. The morning of May 23 Azalea flew southeast and ended up about 7:00pm at Red Wing Golf Course. This map only goes to 8:00pm May 23 (white data point), but that puts Azalea and Camellia at the same location once again!!
It’s so nice to see brother and sister together in one location! Thank so much for your updates, Reese.
I find this very interesting that these two, of all the eagles around, keep ending up together. Thanks for keeping us in the loop!
So good to be able to see where they go and how they come back to our area. Thanks for keeping updated Reese.
Interesting how they have been so close so many times. Azalea does add a little more mileage to the wings however.
Thanks for the latest maps.
I so look forward to these updates on Camellia and Azalea Reese. I think it’s very neat they are staying so close to home (relatively speaking).
Together again, but golfing this time! Too cool. Do the maps that we’re viewing show the furthest distances they have travelled? Can’t seem to be able to scroll up and down. How many states have they travelled to? Thanks!
Response – Both Azalea and Camellia have limited their travels to eastern parts of Virginia and North Carolina. I’ll do a map within a few days showing their travels in 2011.
Thanks. That would be great.
Has anyone spotted their siblings with them? One would think if they stick together from time to time the others would too.
Response – No reports yet of any of their siblings being seen with them.