Monthly Archives: March 2007

Birds over Jerze

Birds moving last night. no time to post. be back on Monday. Good birding! Frames are every 1/2 hour for reflectivity and velocity, and 1 hour for the regional composite Get your woodcreeper.com bumper stickers here, and other cool gear … Continue reading

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Birds are moving!

NEXRAD radar image(s) [KDOX VEL1] It’s true; birds are on the move tonight, since surface winds are light, westerly, and favorable; and even though the winds aloft are mostly out of the north. I guess “you gotta go when you … Continue reading

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No migration last night…but…

No migration over New Jersey last night…but it can’t last forever! Look what I found in the local forecast: Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 35. Southeast wind between 4 and 7 mph becoming calm. YEEHAW! That should … Continue reading

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Non-migration conditions

Little to nothing moving tonight. Winds are out of the Northwest. Update: Nothing in the immediate forecast looks good for migration – which suggests that birding conditions will remain good around the state, with increased abundances in habitats of good … Continue reading

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Extended coverage

I’ve created a new website in an attempt to fill the void left by the late, great, Noel Wamer. It’s hosted by wordpress.com for the time-being, and can be found here: http://badbirdz2.wordpress.com Come on over for a visit to see … Continue reading

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