Category Archives: Cape Island Cup

Another push into the Mid-Atlantic

High pressure across most of the US last night open the doors for another flight of birds into the Mid-Atlantic and some of the Northeast region. While migration was much heavier in the central part of the country… …a decent … Continue reading

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Nothing expected tonight into Thursday

Northwest winds at all altitudes tonight should preclude any migration into the region, so I’ll be taking the morning off to do some World Series scouting. If things change, I’ll post and update here and send a ‘tweet’ to my … Continue reading

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Rutgers Scarlet Knight-Herons RIDE AGAIN (literally, this time!)

I’ve been lucky to be a part of the Rutgers Scarlet Knight-Herons World Series of Birding  (WSB) team for the last two years. After last year’s event our team came to a consensus that we needed to try something different; … Continue reading

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