Camellia began this three day period at Lake Taylor in Norfolk (YELLOW arrow Feb 18 at noon). For the first two days all he did was fly back and forth between Lake Taylor and Lake Whitehurst, spending two more nights at Lake Whitehurst (PINK pointer Feb 19 at 1:00am and GREEN pointer Feb 20 at 1:00am). About 10:00am Feb 20 he flew south to the Elizabeth River, then turned east and flew to Oceana Naval Air Station, then north to Brown’s Cove at 3:00pm, then to Green Hills where he spent the night (PURPLE pointer Feb 21 at 1:00am). He remained in the Green Hills neighborhood until 1:00pm today and as of this map appears to be in flight over Dix Creek in Little Neck less than a mile from my house (WHITE arrow Feb 21 at 2:00pm).
Less than a mile from your home…. wow!
Reese, I do think you programmed your address into Camellia’s transmitter. He keeps hanging around your neighborhood.
I’m enjoying how close to home Azalea and Camellia both seem to stay. Short trips elsewhere, but they stay pretty close.