Virginia

October 4, 2021
An adult whimbrel forages for fiddler crabs along the edge of a tide gut

CCB surveys whimbrels along the Delmarva Peninsula in fall

By Bryan Watts10/3/2021 Whimbrel populations (Hudson Bay, Mackenzie River) that utilize the Western Atlantic Flyway are believed to be declining by 4% annually since at least […]
October 4, 2021
Adult male peregrine falcon from the Mills Godwin Bridge

2021 Peregrine Season

By Bryan Watts10/4/2021 The 2021 breeding season was mixed for peregrine falcons in Virginia.  The population produced 68 young falcons.  This is the highest number of […]
April 28, 2010

Azalea – "I Am Still Eating Catfish"

Azalea – ” I arrived back here at the catfish ponds south of Roper and east of Plymouth, NC on April 14. This is my third time visiting these […]
April 28, 2010

Azalea – “I Am Still Eating Catfish”

Azalea – ” I arrived back here at the catfish ponds south of Roper and east of Plymouth, NC on April 14. This is my third time visiting these […]
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 […]
April 13, 2010

Gender of Bald Eagle Broods at NBG

Dr. Bryan Watts addresses the question about the gender of the eaglets that this pair of bald eagles has produced at Norfolk Botanical Garden:  A question was recently […]
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 23, 2010

Azalea Makes Quick Visit to Norfolk

Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!! Bet you thought when you heard that Azalea was in Currituck County that she flew straight there from Bertie County. That would have […]