I am out of breath trying to keep up with Camellia the past three days. Put on your goggles, fasten your seatbelt and follow the PURPLE line. Here we go – YELLOW arrow (Princess Anne Country Club) Feb 27 9am, PINK pointer (PACC) Feb 28 1am, DARK BLUE (Mapleton) Feb 28 7am, GREEN pointer (Bird Neck Point) Feb 28 2pm, LIGHT BLUE (Back Bay NWR) Feb 28 4pm, ORANGE pointer (Lagomar) Mar 1 1am, PURPLE pointer (Elson Green) Mar 1 2pm, YELLOW pointer (Red Wing Golf Course) Mar 2 1am, and back almost to where he began WHITE arrow (Bay Colony) Mar 2 at 2pm. Click on maps to enlarge.
Whew..I’am out of breath reading about it.Ha..Burning of calories Cam from eating too much? Or are you doing a taste sample. Makes my day when you check-in handsome stinker..Thanks Reese
Wow!!! Thanks for the update
Camellia’s transmitter has now been working as long as Azalea’s… I hope he continues to report his location!
Response – Good observation Chris! – Camellia was fitted with his satellite transmitter on May 5, 2010, and he fledged on May 27, 2010
I’m so glad he’s sticking closer to home!
Sounds like his battery is charged in more ways than one!
Wow! He has been a busy boy! He needs to make a detour by Honeybee. Thanks for the update, Reese.
I guess with this constant overcast weather his transmitter will give you a break!! Can’t wait to see where he is next!