Azalea is back in a place with which she is most familiar because she spent much of her time here in 2010 and 2011 – the North Carolina Tidewater Research Station and privately owned catfish farm. As this map shows she has spent time at both the fish ponds (BLUE pin) and the plowed fields (PINK pin) planted with various grasses used to feed cattle. She is returning to the woods in the lower left which is used by bald eagles (yes, there are several other eagles here) at night as a communal roost. As of this map she is at the cattle barns. Data points – YELLOW arrow May 29 at 5:00pm, pink pointer May 30 at 1:00am, GREEN pointer May 31 at 1:00am, PURPLE pointer June 1 at 1:00am and WHITE arrow June 1 at 8:00pm. Click map to enlarge.