Libby Mojica

November 12, 2010

Azalea Going from Dump to Dump

Since Halloween Azalea has spent most of her time at landfills (yes – plural!! – landfills). She left Northumberland county on the afternoon of Oct 31 […]
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, […]
June 16, 2010

Camellia Transmitter Sending Some Data

We know that everyone, including us, has been anxiously awaiting to receive data from the satellite transmitter that is fitted on the back of Camellia (NC). […]
May 5, 2010

All Three Eaglets Are Now Banded

The three eaglets at Norfolk Botanical Garden were removed from their nest today by Dr Bryan Watts, Director of  The Center for Conservation Biology, with assistance from Tim […]
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 13, 2010

Azalea Visits Virginia Beach Again!!!

Our girl Azalea likes to do her own thing, without telling us in advance. She left the catfish farms in Washington County, NC on the evening […]
March 29, 2010

Banding the NBG Eaglets March 31

To our WVEC Eagle Cam Viewers Several viewers have expressed concerns about the banding of the bald eagle chicks on Wednesday March 31 and we do hear […]