Azalea has returned to very familiar territory. During the 2009 and 2010 fall seasons Azalea spent a lot of time in Lancaster and Northumberland Counties. That is where she is again – for this satellite map period – Sept 12, 13, 14 and thru 7pm Sept 15. She was southeast of Kilmarnack all day Sept 12 and 13, and flew north about noon Sept 14 when she flew to near Ophelia in Northumberland. The 2011 bald eagle from Norfolk Botanical Garden banded NX by The Center for Conservation Biology and fitted with a satellite transmitter by VA DGIF was also near Ophelia on Sept 14 according to the Wildlife Center of Virginia website www.wildlifecenter.org. As of this satellite map, Azalea is a few miles west of Burgess, VA at 7:00pm Sept 15 – white arrow. Click maps to enlarge.