Ground Control to Woodcreeper…

Sorry for apparently dropping off of the planet. I was in Florida for family matters (Inga’s grandfather’s memorial) which turned more complicated when my own 94-year-old grandmother unexpectedly passed away. Needless to say I wasn’t focused on Mid-Atlantic migration during that week and have only just begun to recover from the whirlwind trip. So right now I have over a week’s worth of radar imagery to work through but it’s not my #1 priority since the season has pretty much come and gone- so expect to see the archive updated sometime in the near future. If there is a particular date you’re interested in, let me know and I’ll prioritize it. While I was in Florida I received a very cool photo account of a fallout on Machias Seal Island, off the coast of Maine. The photos, by Ralph Eldridge, can be seen here: http://www.pbase.com/lightrae/image/135054464. I haven’t had a chance to go back and look at the weather leading up to the event, but it would be interesting!

Until next time, thanks for all of your support and participation this past spring season!

 

Good Birding

David

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One Response to Ground Control to Woodcreeper…

  1. Barbara Glanz says:

    Good to see you back, we became pretty attached to this website after attending your workshop in Cape May. Great photos of Maine fallout; loved getting a good look at the migrants that eluded us earlier this month. Sorry for your recent losses.