There has been no change in the location of Azalea. All she has done for the past three days is fly back-and-forth between the communal roost on private property to the privately owned catfish ponds east of Plymouth, NC. As of this map at 1:00am this morning July 23 she is in the roost – white arrow. Click on map to enlarge.
I take it the owners of the catfish ponds have no issues with the eagles liking their fish. Not that they could do anything about it.
Hi Reese., Not sure if you’ve answered this before, but do the owners of the Catfish Farm get upset with the Eagles “sneaking” a Free lunch? Thanks for much for the wonderful information on the NBG kids!
Response – The owners of the catfish farm are well aware of the eagles feeding at their ponds. Just a cost of doing business. You and I pay for it when we eat catfish for dinner at home or in a resturant.
She’s a girl after my own heart. I was raised on catfish, too.
I prefer mine fried with roasted corn and fresh apple sauce. I’m just saying….
Reese……you are my HERO! I was wondering if you were going to the release Wed? Too many people do NOT realize the YOU have been our Link to these beautiful Eagles for Many YEARS! It must have been horrifying for you to see Our Beautiful Norfolk Mama when she was killed? Thanks for all you do! Hope DAD finds a wonderful Mom!
Reese…..I think that too many have forgotten that YOU are our Egale Hero! Can’t blame you if you don’t attend the Zoo at the release! Thank you for so many years of wonderful eagle news and information. I’m so sorry that you had to see Norfolk Mom! Bless you!
Just a thank you to you, Reese, for keeping us up to date on Azalea and Camellia. And putting it in words that we can understand along with the maps is so helpful. Thanks again.