Azalea remains in the same place doing the same thing as in our last report. She is flying all about the mouth of the Little Wicomico River where the Potomac River and Little Wicomico empty into Chesapeake Bay – a place known as Smith Point. As of this satellite map at 4:00pm Sept 24, Azalea is sitting right at Smith Point Marina – white arrow. Hope someone with a camera saw her and took photos!
Thanks for the updates on Azalea! Looks like a wonderful place to find fish with the shallow water in the inlet.
Thank you Reese -appreciate it so much.
Sunday was dry enough to venture out to Northern Neck in search of Azalea and NX. There were two young eagles playing musical ‘perch’ with a tree branch on northeast side of Smith Point. One was more white than the other, but I was too far away to get a decent pic. As I moved closer, of course the 2nd one flew as well. This was just after 6 pm.
I was pleased to find out how to access Smith Point. Thanks for the updates!
Response – Azalea was at Smith Point and likely seen at the marina http://smithpointmarina.com – Reese
I meant northwest quadrant, not northeast.
Well, this is cool. The Smith Pt Marina site has a web cam!! We just need to get them to aim it upward a bit 🙂 http://188.8.131.52:32000/Aview.htm