Daily Archives: 5/10/2013

Woodcreeper On The Road: BIGGEST WEEK IN AMERICAN BIRDING DAY 3

Todays is my last day in Ohio, and will be my first evening in Ontario as I head north to join the Festival of Birds in Point Pelee National Park. Before I head north, though, I’m going to check out the birds that await us on the Magee Marsh boardwalk. Judging by the radar it should be awesome this morning! Continue reading

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Birds push north as some serious storms pound the central flyway

Migration was hot and heavy last night, starting with trans-Gulf arrivals to the Texas and Louisiana coasts yesterday afternoon. Birds could be seen heading up the East, Mississippi and Central Flyways with the heaviest migration over south Florida, the Mid Atlantic, and west of the Appalachians. Heavy precipitation across East Texas and the Upper Midwest caused localized fallouts where they intercepted migrating birds early this morning. Migration was moderate throughout the western U.S. including the entire Pacific Flyway. Continue reading

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