Birdy Tomorrow?

I just checked out the weather forecast for tomorrow and it looks as if the eye of the storm will track close to the NJ coast, over and past Cape May around sunrise. The strongest winds are in the Northeast quadrant which should be offshore tomorrow morning. Conditions will improve rapidly after the storm passes…should be nice! I’m heading to Cape May Point first thing in the AM. Hope to see some of you there.

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One Response to Birdy Tomorrow?

  1. maddog says:

    Site looks nice, David!
    First day banding at Cape Florida….10 birds caught. The Kentucky warbler flew under the net but the sweet young lady PROW got a bracelet.