Camellia started July 5 at Kemp Woods South in Chesapeake, but flew early to the current Virginia Beach landfill known as Trashmore II where he spent two days. Mid-morning on July 7 he returned to the Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth River where he has spent much of his time likely. As of this map at 10:00am July 8 (today) Camellia was on Broad Creek in the Foxwell neighborhood about 100 yards south of I-264 – white arrow. Click on maps to enlarge.
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Early yesterday afternoon I saw two eagles circling around over the river between Norfolk and Portsmouth. Could one of these have been Camellia?
Ann – I was at a Norfok Tides baseball game yesterday and saw a juvenile bald eagle fly over about 2:30, but not Camellia. The latest map shows he did not fly over that part of the Elizabeth River.
Reese, Thanks so much for the updates! I THOUGHT that I had seen Camellia a few times, but wasn’t sure. I live at the end of Commonweath Ave, and see juvenile bald eagles fairly often. Sometimes see adults. This is so exciting!