Well, I guess Camellia had enough of the fish bounty in the farm ditch off Robinson Rd, and has now returned to Nanney’s Creek about 4 miles due south. Camellia knows this area well, so I expect he will continue to fish with success. He left the Robinson Rd area about Noon on May 14. Here are his data points – YELLOW arrow May 12 at 5pm, PINK pointer May 13 at Noon, GREEN pointer May 14 at 1pm, BLUE pointer May 14 at 3pm, and as of this map WHITE arrow May 14 at 6pm.
Jim Yanello captured these photos of Camellia in flight on May 13. Used with permission.
Not working today so I’m going to see if I can spot Cammy since he is so close.
Thanks for the update, Reese!
It was nice to visit with you for a few days, stay around so you can visit Ms Pat, you Stinker! Glad you got pictures Jim, fun times.
Thanks for the update Reese!
Thanks Jim for shareing the photo’s of our handsome boy..but he looks mad..do you speak eagle ? Maybe it’s best we don’t..ha.Thanks Reese
Love seeing the pictures of Cammy–thankful for those who are able to capture then in the various locations around the area. And, thanks Reese for sharing them with us.
Thanks Reese – and Jim too!
Hooray for Jim and Shirley! What an amazing week, here! Cam, you are looking great! So glad to see you! … I was on 208 last weekend, going over Lake Anna, with fond memories of chasing you.
Thanks to Reese and all of you for chasing this wonderful NBG youngster we love so much!