Azalea has spent most of the past three days on the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River. She was last in Kings Grant in Virginia Beach – YELLOW arrow Nov 18 at 9:00am. She flew from there to Portsmouth and the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River – PINK pointer Nov 19 at 1:00am. She spent the next night on the northeast corner of the Great Dismal Swamp NWR in Chesapeake – GREEN pointer Nov 20 at 1:00am. Azalea then returned north and spent the next night in Stewart Manor in Portsmouth – BLUE pointer Nov 21 at 1:00am. As of this map she is on Carney Creek in Portsmouth – WHITE arrow Nov 21 at 4:00pm.
PS – Here is a photo taken by Jeremy Helwig of Azalea at Honey Bee Golf Course on Nov 14 as she sat in the Osprey nest on the power tower. Photo used with permission.
Isn’t she lovely Reese..just like her mom..There is a nice article about Hope the Whimbrel in the Pilot this morning..what awsome little bird’s..
Map Day is always so exciting! AZ is lovely like her Mom, I agree Pat. I hope she stays around, maybe crossing paths with Camelia again.
Nice photograph Jeremy!!
Aww Azalea! Does anyone know, are those dark feathers around her face because she hasn’t reached full maturity? Thank You Jeremy and Reese!