Camellia - Norfolk Botanical Garden Eagle Tracking
A project of The Center for Conservation Biology.
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Camellia (Bald Eagle) is 11 km W of the coast of United States and 23 km from Norfolk
This eagle is one chick of a nest of triplets hatched at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, Virginia in 2010. He was fitted with a satellite transmitter on May 5, 2010 and fledged from his nest in late May. Stay tuned to follow his explorations of the Chesapeake Bay region with this tracking map. You can also visit our tracking blog for dialog and detailed Google Earth maps of its movements on CCB's webpage http://www.ccb-wm.org/eagletrak/index.htm.
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- This map connects positions generated by the ARGOS system designated as location class (lc) '4', '3', '2', '1'. Locations that have been "filtered" are displayed as small red dots.
- This maps also shows locations of class '1' as small black dots which are not connected by a route line.
- Bathymetry layers are derived from the GEBCO One Minute Grid.
- Sea surface temperature and chlorophyll are derived from NASA's Ocean Color data.
- Ocean currents and sea surface heights are derived from AVISO's Ssalto/Duacs Gridded Absolute Dynamic Topography & absolute geostrophic velocities data.