Daily Archives: 4/14/2013

Woodcreeper On The Road: Headed for High Island, TX

Today Jeff and I are heading to High Island to do a little birding after three great days at the Galveston Featherfest. While we’re not expecting any heavy fallout on our last day of birding, we hope to have a small influx of new birds this afternoon as Trans-Gulf migrants push across and southwest winds build in over the Western Gulf Coast. Read on for the radar and more interpretation, and if you see us walking around with Leica gear at High Island, be sure to stop us and say hello! Continue reading

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Birds on the move across the US last night

Evidence of nocturnal migration could be seen across all flyways last night with the heaviest movements from Texas to southern Minnesota, and along the eastern seaboard. High pressure over the Ohio Valley kept things quiet in that neck of the woods. While birds still haven’t made a strong push into the Upper Midwest the little trickle of new birds this morning will be welcome for sure. Continue reading

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