We last left Azalea sleeping at Red Wing Golf Course (YELLOW arrow Jan 12 at 1:00am). She left that morning flying west to Princess Anne Court House then to Kempsville where she stayed overnight (PINK pointer Jan 13 at 1:00am). She flew a bit further west from there along the Elizabeth River to Goldcrest Dr in Tanglewood (in Chesapeake) and spent the night (GREEN pointer Jan 14 at 1:00am). From there she went north back to Lake Smith (PURPLE pointer Jan 15 at 1:00am). As of this map she is at Little Creek Amphib Base within sight of Norfolk Botanical Garden (WHITE arrow Jan 15 at 11:00am).
The Green Pointer is in Chesapeake, very close to my house, in Tanglewood. I have been seeing juvenile eagles, but had no idea that one of them could be Azalea. Camellia is the one who usually visits our area. I did see an eagle a few times lately that had lots more white underneath than the ones I usually see.
Reese, Thanks So Much for all you do to keep us up to date!
Response – Yep! I have corrected the post. Thank you
My luck is that she is probably in the yard of the home I grew up in on Goldcrest! Her journeys are amazing! Funny how she and Camellia visit the same areas. As Lynne said, it is usually Camellia in this neighborhood! Thank you for the updates. I always look forward to them!
How sweet is that!