Monthly Archives: September 2006

Big migration tonight!

Wooo hoooo! That’s some serious migration on the radar! 🙂 I’m heading to Mexico in the morning, but I wanted to put up one last post before I take off. The entire eastern flyway is under heavy nocturnal migration tonight. … Continue reading

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Migration two nights ago

Yup, there was migration two nights ago…but I was at the Rolling Stones. Nothing on the radar last night, so this is it for the past two nights. I’m heading to Veracruz Mexico for the NAOC conference presenting my data, … Continue reading

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Migration over Jerze

The whole Northeast was under a migration event last night, with light northwesterly winds prevailing over our area. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through sunrise this morning. Good Birding Get your woodcreeper.com bumper stickers here, and other cool … Continue reading

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Light migration over the Garden State

Last night showed some migration over our area, with the front clearing and winds from the WNW. Most of the density seemed to originate in New Jersey, so the forecast is for good birding conditions at the coastal migrant traps … Continue reading

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Keep an eye to the sky tonight!

Nothing on the radar last night since winds were out of the SW. Tonight the winds should switch around to the West, and then Northwest, which is the overriding direction of the winds forecast for New York state and points … Continue reading

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