Camellia “Tricked you again!! I spent all day May 15 on farm at Robinson Road.” Data markers shows where Camellia was yesterday.
Photos By Beverly Nettleton May 12 at Robinson Road farm ditch.
We need some 4-wheelers and farmer’s permission!! It will be interesting after all this rain to see where he hangs out. Great shots, Beverly!!
You caught him Ms Beverly..he’s so handsome..are you still sitting in the field looking at him?..Ha.I would be. Well done. Ms Shelly don’t forget bug spray an snake boots.looking foreward to more photo’s..thanks all .Reese saw where WCV picked up a juvie eagle at Sandbridge..didn’t say it was banded though.
Response – Juvenile not banded. Waiting on outcome of medical review and possible release plans.
Well done, AGAIN, Bev!
Geez, I rode around Muddy Creek yesterday and didn’t go down that part of Charity Neck to Robinson Rd. I used to know someone who lived there but they sold their house a while back. Thanks, Bev!
And thanks, Reese for the bonus post.
Good job Bev! So nice to see him! Reese, I thought Camellia liked Brown Cove. But I don’t think his data shows any recent visits there. Can you say how long it’s been since he was last there? Have you noticed an area that he seems to prefer where he might start building a nest? Thanks for all that you do!
Response – Hi Chris – Great observation! – Brown Cove seems to have dropped off the tour schedule of Camellia. He was last there the first week of September 2013. Not sure he has finished investigating various locations, but his desires seem to be quite different than HK. Camellia seems to prefer more rural areas like Pocaty River. Hopefully his transmitter stays alive long enough for us to find out. Camellia was fitted with his transmitter on May 5, 2010, four years ago. He took his first flight on May 27, 2010.
Cammy sure IS one handsome eagle and has his own personality!
I didn’t realize that we have already had a bonus year from his transmitter… time sure flies. I sure hope he transmits long enough for us to know the area he decides to call home.
Such exciting times, it’s fun to track the eagles! Thanks Reese.
Yay Chesa! Yay Cammie! Love the cooperation/ contact going on these last 10 days! Thank you all for doing it!!