Those of us who have been to the North Landing River at Ware Neck Rd near the Honey Bee Golf Course know just how good the fishing is. Example is my photo Apr 30 of a Double-crested Cormorant with a big fish. Azalea also seems to know the fishing is good as she is still there. She began this period at Honey Bee (YELLOW arrow Apr 27 at 6:00am). Apr 27 she stayed in the area between Honey Bee and Rosemont Forest Elem School and spent the night on the golf course (PINK pointer Apr 28 at 1:00am). On the 28th she wandered far. At 10:00am she was in Chesapeake over the Kemp Woods South neighbor (BLUE pin). She then did a U-turn flying back to the North Landing, then turned west and flew to the eastern branch of the Elizabeth River at I-64 (YELLOW pin at 12 noon) before flying back to the North Landing River. That night she stayed in the Bellamy Plantation Neighborhood Park (GREEN pointer Apr 29 at 1:00am). On the 29th she made shorter flights between Honey Bee and Stumpy Lake, spending the night at Stumpy Lake (PURPLE pointer Apr 30 at 1:00am). April 30 Azalea returned to Honey Bee, Rosemont Forest Elem School and as of this map was perched in trees near an open field off Salem Rd (See Pam Monahan photos at www.norfolkeagles.com) – WHITE pointer Apr 30 at 11:00am.