Azalea was last at the North Carolina Tidewater Research Station just east of Plymouth, NC (did you note that Camellia was at Little Plymouth, VA??) – YELLOW arrow Sept 15 at 6:00pm and stayed there again overnight – PINK pointer Sept 16 at 1:00am. She left about 10:00am headed north to spend the night in South Mills, NC – same place she stayed on her way back to TRS a week ago – GREEN pointer Sept 17 at 1:00am. She left South Mills about 11:00am and continued north crossing back into Virginia about 11:30am flying all the way to Alanton in Great Neck in Virginia Beach – BLUE pointer Sept 17 at 5:00pm. She then turned south and flew to Red Wing Golf Course for the night – PURPLE pointer Sept 18 at 1:00am, and was still there as of this map at 7:00am this morning – WHITE arrow Sept 18.
How nice that they’re both back “home”! And it’s amazing how close they often are to each other – even now, just a few miles apart. Thanks again for all you do, Reese. Have a safe trip and come back soon!
Welcome home AZ!! AFter Pete got her picture at HoneyBee golf course on evening of 9/19/12, I went out this morning, 9/20 and saw her perched from 830-10am. She then flew off to soar over the area.
I’m glad to see info on KE as well as Azalea and Camilla but I don’t have any info on her and would like to know her history. Can you give us some background on KE?
I love to hear about Azalea and Camilla and all of Mom and Dad Norfolks brood. Keep up the good work!
Response – Look back through the previous posts on this site. KE was fitted with transmitter in May 2012 in Virginia Beach