As she has done the past two years, Azalea has once again returned to the NC Tidewater Research Station in Plymouth, NC. She was last at Honey Bee Golf Course in Va Beach YELLOW arrow July 28 at 2:00pm. She stayed there and over nighted again – PINK pointer July 29 at 1:00am. On the 29th she wandered over to Stumpy Lake then spent the night in Windsor Oaks behind Green Run High School – GREEN pointer July 30 at 1:00am. From there she flew north to Lake Trashmore off I-264 and at 11:00am she turned south and flew directly to Chowan County, NC by 3:00pm and spent the night east of Edenton, NC – PURPLE pointer July 31 at 1:00am. The morning of July 31 she left there flying across Albemarle Sound and by 2:00pm was back at the Tidewater Research Station. Azalea spent the night in the TRS communal roost – WHITE arrow Aug 1 at 6:00am.
Well, I’m glad I got to she her over the weekend before she left town! Thanks for the updates, Reese.
Thanks for the updates on the “kids”; it is such a pleasure to follow them on your blog! I am amazed and impressed at their memory of where their good fishing spots are!
It was good to see AZ here for a week or so before she went back to her summer home. She sure is a beautiful eagle! Thanks for the updates, just love map day!
She really does love those catfish! And, yes, she certainly is a beautiful eagle! Thank you, Reese!
While it was a thrill to have her visit neighboring Honey Bee, I can’t deny the lure of fresh catfish. Azalea knows what she likes and where to find it. Hmm. Perhaps we could stock the upper North Landing River with her favorite fish.