On our last satellite map Azalea was on the western branch of the Lynnhaven River in Thalia (5:00pm Oct 6 Yellow arrow). She spent the night on Thalia Point (Blue pointer 1:00am Oct 7). She left this area about 9:00am Oct 7 and flew to the eastern branch of the Lafayette River in Norfolk in the Lakewood neighborhood and spent two nights in Cromwell Farms (Green pointer 1:00am Oct 8 and Purple pointer 1:00am Oct 9). On Oct 8 she made an afternoon flight over to Craney Island in Portsmouth and then returned to Cromwell Farms. The morning of Oct 9 she flew north first to Mason Creek off Granby St in Norfolk, then across Norfolk Harbor back to the marsh at the intersection of I-64 and I-664 in Hampton where she spent the night and is as of 7:00am this morning Oct 10 – White arrow. Click maps to enlarge.
i wish i had known this morning that she was there. i’ll swing through on my way home from work today and see what I can see…
I swung through this neighborhood after work yesterday and the man who lives there had seen her a few months ago and pointed out the tree she had been in. There’s good visibility to the tree, but she was no longer there…
Ok – I was driving on 64 yesterday around noon and near that marsh and saw what I thought was a juvie flying ! It must have been Azalea!!!
Nice to see Azalea in the neighborhood – coming home for “Mom” Norfolk’s dedication at NBG!
Thanks for all the updates Reese