Camellia has found another “home”. He has not left the area of the Battlefield Golf Club off Centerville Turnpike in Chesapeake, VA. Here are his data points – YELLOW arrow June 29 at 7:00am, PINK pointer June 30 at 1:00am, GREEN pointer July 1 at 1:00am, PURPLE pointer July 2 at 6:00am and as of this satellite map WHITE arrow July 2 at 3:00pm.
Reese, with all of the fly ash that they used to build that golf course, is it safe for him to be eating fish out of that pond?
Response – I do not know if there is any harmful contaniments in fly ash
Seems like an odd place for an eagle! What is his food source there? Does he fly to the intracoastal waterway for food? Thanks for the update!
Response – The red data points show that he has not wandered away from the golf course, so suspect he is fishing in the golf course ponds.
We looked for him this afternoon, no sighting. Again!
Keep trying Bev! You do have the eye for eagles!!Thank you, Reese, for sharing the fascinating life of the eagles!