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August 9, 2010

Azalea Completes 400-Mile Loop Flight

Azalea left the Tidewater Research Station near Plymouth, NC on July 28 at 10:00am and returned at 7:00pm Aug 7. During that 400-mile roundtrip she visited Virginia Beach, […]
May 5, 2010

Hi – My Name is Camellia

Today, May 5, 2010, the oldest of the three eaglets at Norfolk Botanical Garden was fitted with a satellite transmitter by Libby Mojica, Raptor Biologist at […]
April 14, 2010

Azalea 10 Month Travels & 2010 Transmitter Date

The map above of Azalea’s travels covers the period June 13, 2009 through April 12, 2010 – 10 months. She has wandered widely as young bald […]
April 14, 2010

Azalea 10 Month Travels & 2010 Transmitter Date

The map above of Azalea’s travels covers the period June 13, 2009 through April 12, 2010 – 10 months. She has wandered widely as young bald […]
March 29, 2010

Azalea Back Near Roper, NC

As of March 28, Azalea has returned to Roper, NC where she earlier this month found the catfish farms. You can check her travels and 60 […]
January 22, 2010

Azalea Jan 18-21

Azalea continues to find Alligator River NWR attractive. She has not moved about much during this period. She did fly south across Rt 64 on Jan […]
October 4, 2009

Where are the Satellite Eagles?

So, just where are the bald eagles that have been fitted with satellite transmitters by The Center for Conservation Biology? In addition to Azalea from the […]
September 21, 2009

Azalea Travels to King and Queen County

On Thursday Sept 17 on our last map, Azalea was within a couple hundred yards of the Potomac River near the entrance of Newman’s Creek. Later […]
September 10, 2009

Azalea on the Move Again

On Sunday afternoon Sept 6 Azalea (banded HH) left the area west of Blackwells, VA off the Wicomico River in Northumberland County, and flew west across […]
August 26, 2009

Where is Azalea (Map)!!

The question(s) of the week is “where is Azalea?” and more specifically “where is that satellite map you promised??) The latest data  about 7am Aug 24 […]
August 15, 2009

Azalea vs. Hope (the Whimbrel)

And the winner is????? Azalea (banded HH) was fitted with a satellite transmitter on May 20, 2009 and we have all been anxious to see just […]
August 12, 2009

Blog Site Address

The upgrades to the William & Mary blog sites have been completed. The CCB eagle blog web site address has changed to http://eagletrak.blogs.wm.edu. The old web address […]
August 7, 2009

Blog Improvements Coming

The CCB EagleTrak blog site will be off-line for a part of Monday August 10th. The College of William & Mary has notified CCB that wmblogs […]
July 10, 2009

New Virginia Eagle Locator Website

You can now be a part of the annual survey of bald eagle nest sites in Virginia. The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) has launched a […]
May 21, 2009

Welcome from Rlukei (Reese)

Thank you for visiting the CCB Eagletrak blog. If you have questions about the NBG eagles or bald eagles in Virginia in general, I will attempt […]
May 15, 2009

Welcome to EagleTrak

Welcome to the CCB EagleTrak blog! On Wednesday, May 20, 2009, biologists from The Center for Conservation Biology will be placing an ultra-light satellite transmitter on […]