Camellia has remained in Virginia Beach for the past three days visiting Bow Creek, Witchduck, Brown Cove and Great Neck. Here are his latest data points – YELLOW arrow Mar 16 at 2:00pm (Dam Neck Rd), PINK pointer Mar 17 at 1:00am (Bow Creek), GREEN pointer Mar 18 at 1:00am (Witchduck), PURPLE pointer Mar 19 at 1:00am (Brown Cove), ORANGE pointer (Avery Island), and as of this satellite map at 1:00am this morning Mar 20 – Shorehaven in Great Neck.
He apparently feels at home in Brown’s Cove. Thanks, Reese.
Thank you Reese for your continued updates. Cam doesn’t seem to be as interested in travelling around and checking out new places like his big sister AZ. Very much enjoy your updates.
It would be wonderful for Cam to start a nest near you.. Still too early for him to think about that ? He does like that area it seems..Look foreward to another up date on our eagles..Thank you
Response – Camellia checks in at Brown Cove every few days. Perhaps he is staking out a territory
We hope he decides to settle down here. Lots of tall pines and good fishing!
Would so like to see him move into your neighborhood.
Azalea has been a traveller, though she seems to have given up on the catfish since July. We don’t know where/if HK wandered, but we know where he’s been the past year and has decided to stake his claim. Cam hasn’t been much of a wanderer at all and NX seems to have been more of a stay-at-home Virginia bird. Interesting. Since they are all full siblings, something other than genetics is obviously directing the drive to travel or not. It’s so cool we can keep track of these 3 yrs worth of siblings. Wish we could have had transmitters on all three birds from one of the years to see how a single season of nestmates differed or were the same over the yrs.