Category Archives: Fall Migration 2006

Migration over the Garden State

Just when you thought it was over, BAM! Another night of migration. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through sunrise this morning. You can see by the velocity image that although the winds were out of the west/northwest, most … Continue reading

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Nuttin’ Honey

Yeah, last night saw little-to-no migration despite the clear skies. Looks like the bulk of the fall nocturnal migrants have made their way south of us…but don’t fret, as this time of the year marks some of the best sparrow … Continue reading

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Migration over Jerze

Well, the front cleared in time for birds to take flight on a tailwind last night. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through sunrise this morning. There was clearly some anomalous propagation mixed in with the actual bird migration … Continue reading

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Migration forecast

Well, it looks like the rain is here for a few days. Hopefully once it clears, around Friday, the opportunity for some more migrants will open up again. I noticed Yellow-rumped Warblers and Golden-crowned Kinglets were all over my place … Continue reading

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Big migration tonight!

Wooo hoooo! That’s some serious migration on the radar! 🙂 I’m heading to Mexico in the morning, but I wanted to put up one last post before I take off. The entire eastern flyway is under heavy nocturnal migration tonight. … Continue reading

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