Azalea and Camellia are close enough to each other to place them both on one map. Camellia is the white data point and Azalea is the yellow data point. As of Sept they were about 25-30 miles apart.
Azalea is visiting places with which she is very familiar having spent much of last fall here in Northumberland County – Little Wicomico River near Ophelia, VA, Sydnor’s Millpond west of Edwardsville, and Hull Creek on the Potomac River. As of 8pm Sept 26 she was on a very stream south of Hull Creek.
Camellia is a bit further west exploring what is new territory for him in Westmoreland and King George Counties between the Potomac River and the Rappahannock River. Since the last map he has stayed close to Route 3 – Kings Highway – and the communities of Oak Grove and Rollins Fork. I do not know what is attracting him to this location as there are only a couple very small ponds and some type of mining operation. As of 7am Sept 26 he was just west of Rollins Fork in a patch of woods a very short distance south of Route 3 in King George County.
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