Azalea is on the move again, although not too far. She began this three day period in Alanton in Va Beach (YELLOW arrow Feb 18 at 1:00am). She spent most of the day Feb 18 in Alanton on Linkhorn Bay, but late afternoon flew south stopping off in Oceana (PINK pointer Feb 19 at 1:00am). On the 19th she continued south and spent the night at Red Wing Golf Course (GREEN pointer Feb 20 at 1:00am). On the 20th she moved further south to Sandbridge, then to the West Neck area and turned west and flew to the North Land River Natural Area in Chesapeake (PURPLE pointer Feb 21 at 1:00am). She has spent the day along the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal (part of the Intracoastal Waterway) east of Great Bridge and is there as of this satellite map – WHITE arrow Feb 22 at 2:00pm.
Reese, thanks for always keeping us informed on Azalea’s and Camellia’s whereabouts. It is so interesting to see where they go. I have 2 questions for you:
1) Are we nearing the end of being able to track Azalea? I sure hope not.
2) Azalea and Camellia seem to be spending a lot of time lately in the area. Has this been the longest time they have spent around here?
Response – Well, average life of the transmitter is 3 years and Azalea has been wearing hers for 2 1/2 years. A few have lasted 4 years, so we will just have see.
Thanks for the updates Reese! They are always appreciated!