This satellite map covers a wide time range through the early morning August 24 so that you can see better how Azalea (HH) has wandered first to the south, and then farther to the north. At 10:00am Friday August 21she left Norfolk Botanical Garden flying to the Norview section of Norfolk, then turned south to the Stumpy Lake area of Virginia Beach at noon, then back north to NBG at 1:00pm (where Joe Foreman saw her flying with 2 osprey), from there she took off north and by 2:00pm was over the East Pembroke area of Hampton, by 3:00pm she was over the mouth of the York River still flying north, at 4:00pm near White Stone on the Upper Peninsula of Virginia, and finally about 5:00pm came to rest on a creek near Good Luck, Va (can you believe that!!!) where she spent Friday night. She left Good Luck about 12:00 noon Saturday August 22 and flew north over Kilmarnock, Wicomico Church and Burgess to a patch of woods on the Little Wicomico River between Edwardsville and Ophelia, Virginia. She spent the nights of August 22, 23, 24 in that small area that is just a couple miles from the mouth of the Potomac River.
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