Camellia sends Holiday Greetings from Bay Island on Broad Bay in Virginia Beach. He did not move far during the past three days, although it seems that his solar battery is beginning to falter. Again there was a lapse in satellite data from Dec 23 at 1:00am to Dec 24 at 3:00pm. Here are his data points – YELLOW arrow Dec 22 at 9:00am, GREEN pointer Dec 22 at 6:00pm, PINK pointer Dec 23 at 1:00am, and as of this satellite map WHITE arrow Dec 24 at 3:00pm.
From Reese, Libby, Bryan and The Center for Conservation Biology staff and volunteers we wish all our eagletrak followers Holiday Greetings.
And Holiday Greetings to you too, Reese, Libby, Bryan, and all CBC staffers.
But oh nooooo! I hope you don’t mean Cammy’s backpack transmitter solar battery is permanently failing! I hope you mean its just temporarily not charging fully. I’d hate to lose track of our boy.
Oh Dear..Are we going to lose track of Cam??? Happy Holiday’s to everyone!!Thankyou for all your hard work
Holiday Greetings to you all too! Thanks for a great year of tracking!
Thank all of you for keeping us updated on EagleTrak. I’m very sorry to learn that Camellia’s transmitter is faltering. It’s both interesting and comforting to know where he is.
To Reese, Libby, Bryan and the entire CCB staff…. Hope your Christmas was wonderful and wishing you a very healthy, happy, and prosperous 2013!