Daily Archives: 5/14/2013

Heavy migration up the Central U.S.

Light trans-Gulf migration along the Texas coast was followed by heavy nocturnal migration up the central U.S. last night as the latest low pressure system swept across the Upper Midwest. Light to moderate migration was present from the Central Great Lakes down through eastern Louisiana last night, but will be higher tonight as migration conditions continue to improve to the east today. Light migration was also evident throughout the Desert Southwest and coastal California through the Pacific Northwest. Continue reading

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Woodcreeper On The Road: POINT PELEE MIGRATION

Although I’m no longer “on the road”, I will continue to post the radar for the western Lake Erie region through Wednesday since heavy migration is expected. I encourage anyone birding in the area to please provide feedback in the comments section of this post so we can all better understand the relationship between nocturnal migration and the subsequent birding conditions on the ground. Continue reading

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