Camellia seems to be fishing in the flooded farm field ditches and Nanney’s Creek in rural Virginia Beach (YELLOW arrow May 12 at 9:00am – PINK pointer May 12 at 5:00pm – GREEN pointer May 13 at 4:00pm). He made one flight north to Lago Mar off Sandbridge Rd on May 13 at noon (PURPLE pointer). As of this map Camellia is in the farm field behind Charity United Methodist Church near Gum Bridge Rd and Charity Neck Rd where he spent a lot of time last year – WHITE arrow May 14 at 4:00pm.
Hasn’t Camelia visited these farms with the flooded fields before–maybe a year or so ago?
Response – Ummm! Yes, that is what the post says.
With all this rain we’re getting as of late Cammy should be eating well. Amazing how they know where to be and at what time of the year. Glad to see him and his Azalea hanging out locally…gives us hope they will continue the cycle in Tidewater. 🙂
I saw an eagle in a field Monday morning about 6AM on West Neck Road near Indian River road. I wonder if it was Camillia.
Response – Don’t think so. Data shows Camellia was on Charity Neck Rd at that time.