Azalea began this 3 day period on the Lafayette River in Norfolk (YELLOW arrow Mar 1 at 1:00am), and remained there most of the day. However, by 5:00pm she had flown north across Hampton Roads to the Hampton River in Hampton, VA. She has spent the rest of her time in Hampton – PINK pointer Mar 2 at 1:00am – GREEN pointer Mar 3 at 1:00am – PURPLE pointer Mar 4 at 1:00am. As of this satellite map she has flown to Mill Creek at Fort Monroe (a former US Army Base – my father went through boot camp there in 1927) but recently converted into a National Monument – http://www.nps.gov/fomr/index.htm (WHITE arrow Mar 4 at 3:00pm)
I might have seen Azalea when she was in Hampton. We were walking along Chesapeake Ave on Saturday, Mar. 3 and saw an immature eagle sitting on a piling next to a small boat pier. The head feathers looked to be starting to turn white. Even if it wasn’t Azalea, it was a nice looking bird.