Daily Archives: 4/12/2013

Woodcreeper On The Road: Galveston Featherfest

I’m on the road this weekend working the Galveston Featherfest with my buddy Jeff Bouton (Leica Sport Optics). Below you’ll find the radar loops for the Texas coast and western Louisiana, along with a little interpretation. If you’re in the Galveston area, be sure to come by and visit us in the Leica Sport Optics booth where we’ll be displaying the live radar feed and talking about migration across the region (and get your hands on some pretty sweet glass!). Continue reading

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And the front marches on, but the Upper Midwest will have to wait (again)

The front continues to push eastward and shrink the zone of migration into the Southeastern US. Some light migration was also apparent over south Texas, where strong northwest winds have slacked off to fairly calm and variable, and in the west where southerly flow triggered migration across all coastal states. Continue reading

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