Bachelors, birds, and big sits

Sorry for not posting this morning, we were celebrating the forthcoming marriage of Glen Davis and Christina Kisiel by dragging Glen all over Atlantic City. Migration was light last night, as it is again tonight, under fairly favorable skies. The lack of strong migration indicates a lag between the long-distance Neotropical migrants and the short-distance birds more typical of late fall flights. I’ll be participating in The Big Sit at the Cape May State Park tomorrow (starting in three hours) so I won’t be posting the radar on Sunday morning either. Anything interesting between now and then will be posted via Twitter (@woodcreeper) so make sure you’re following my tweets!

I’ll be back on Monday with an outlook for the week.

Good Birding

 

David

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