Category Archives: Fall Migration 2005

Daily radar images used to detect bird migration over New Jersey. Visitors are encouraged to post comments and interpretation.

New arrivals overnight

Although northerly winds clearly dominated at higher altitudes, light southerly winds at the surface allowed for moderate to heavy migration over the region last night. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:30am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 … Continue reading

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Halloween Migration

AGHHHH! (whew, sorry, the radar scared me again…I’m over it now). Another fright-night of migration, with clear skies and light tailwinds. Not as much as the previous night, but still birds on the move. Like I said a few days … Continue reading

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Halloween-eve – SCARY MIGRATION!

Massive Monster Migration two nights ago! I’m sorry it took me so long to post- but I was up in Sussex taking the hunter education course yesterday. Here’s the radar anyway…pretty impressive. Hey Rob, can you see the LeConte’s flying … Continue reading

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Big Migration Over New Jersey

The radar really lit up last night! With fairly clear skies and light NW winds, birds were on the move. Here’s the radar from 7:30pm last night through sunrise this morning. Good Birding

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Light Migration Over NJ

Last night saw a light migration over the Garden State. I think we’re getting to the dwindling point as far as migration is concerned. I’d still expect a few more good movements over the next two weeks, but the days … Continue reading

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