Daily Archives: 5/16/2013

It’s mid-May, which means all systems GO!

Migration was widespread yesterday, beginning with trans-Gulf movement hitting the TX/LA coast yesterday afternoon and followed by nocturnal migration across the eastern half of the U.S. and the Pacific Coast through the early morning hours. Strong westerly winds pushed birds to the Mid Atlantic coast and heavy storm activity over Texas and Oklahoma increased fallout potential for those area. Continue reading

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