Azalea was last on Wolfsnare Creek in Great Neck (YELLOW arrow Jan 30 at 8:00am). She made a one day roundtrip to Knotts Island, NC (PINK pointer Jan 30 at 3:00pm), then returned to Little Neck to sit at the intersection of Kings Grant Rd and Watergate Lane (GREEN pointer Jan 31 at 1:00am). She spent the day Jan 31 in Kings Grant and Chesopeian Colony, then the night in Kings Grant (PURPLE pointer Feb 1 at 1:00am). On Feb 1 she flew between Great Neck and Little Neck, then returned to almost the same place in Kings Grant for the night (ORANGE pointer Feb 2 at 1:00am). On Feb 2 she flew to the London Bridge Shopping Center on Virginia Beach Blvd, then right back to where she started this 3-day period – Wolfsnare Creek (WHITE arrow Feb 2 at 5:00pm).
Wow….The second map really details her travels…thanks.
Well it looks like Azalea and Camellia are pretty much in the same neighborhood these days.
Reese, do you have any idea how many juvenile Bald Eagles may be in the Norfolk/Va. Beach/Chesapeake area this winter? Love watching the continuing saga of the NBG Eagles! Thanks so much!
Response – We do not know how many juveniles are in the area. It would be most difficult to get an accurate estimate because they are so mobile. This time of year there can be eagles from more northern regions in the mid-Atlantic, so some of the eagles we see may not be locals.