Month: April 2005

  • Birds and Weather

    Birds are on the move tonight, despite inclement weather across our area. Here’s the radar from sunset last night until 2:30 am this morning. The radar shows an extensive band of precipitation moving across our area tonight, but underneath it persists a strong migration signal. The forecast calls for the winds to switch out of […]

  • Birds on the move

    The radar from last night is quite reminiscent of April 23rd. Just after sunset we see a heavy lift off on all the radars from Northern Florida up through New York, but around 3:30am the weather moves in from the south, putting down birds and cutting our link to the source of any major influx. […]

  • No Migration Detected

    No migration over New Jersey last night, as weather to our south coupled with unfavorable winds, failed to entice our feathered friends. The south, on the other hand, experienced a large movement from Florida all the way up into the Carolinas. This means ‘bird on the way’ as soon as weather in the Northeast becomes […]

  • No Migration Detected

    No migration detected last night, as winds switched around to the Northwest. THE “LORD GOD BIRD” LIVES!

  • Migration and Weather

    An exodus of birds occurred last night, as some modest precipitation moved in from the south. The precipitation eventually catches up with the migration and shuts it down. Interpretation is difficult, since I’d expect little influx due to the origin of precipitation, although most of the radars to our south showed a similar level of […]


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