Azalea has also been on the move, but in the opposite direction – south bound. After a couple weeks in Poquoson, VA – YELLOW arrow Sept 5 at 8:00pm, Azalea has flown south. On Sept 6 at 4:00pm she was over Hampton – PINK pointer – and spent the night south of High St in Portsmouth on the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River – GREEN pointer Sept 7 at 1:00am. The next morning she continued southward crossing into Camden County, NC about 2:30pm, and spent the night in South Mills, NC – PURPLE pointer Sept 8 at 1:00am. She spent all day Sept 8 in that area and another night – ORANGE pointer Sept 9 at 1:00am. Azalea was still in South Mills as of this map – WHITE arrow Sept 9 at 10:00am.
It Looks like Azalea is on her way to the fish farm again. It looks as if she and Camellia might have made the same stop in Portsmouth, but at different times. Is there a certain area there on the Elizabeth river that eagles seem to congregate? Thanks so much for keeping us up to date on these beautiful birds!
Response – No particular place on the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River. Azalea and Camellia were on two different sections of the river.
I bet I know where you are going..Ha!