Category Archives: Fall Migration 2010

Our sister site has fledged

Here’s the barstool version: In the early 2000s the late Noel Wamer began to post on his website, Badbirdz.com, semi-regular reports of nocturnal migration as illustrated by weather radar imagery. These were almost all from the Key West radar where birds … Continue reading

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Thank You!

Words can’t describe the gratitude I feel towards you and your support for woodcreeper.com. I received some beautiful cards and letters along with your financial contributions and each of them inspired and motivated me for the upcoming spring season. I … Continue reading

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The fin(anci)al countdown

Hey woodcreeper.com fans- we’re 10-days away from collection day when I either pay the internet service provider fees, or vacate the “property”. Right now we’re $270 short of paying the 2010/2011 fees so your help is greatly needed. Please consider … Continue reading

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Birds keep-a-coming

High pressure over the Great Lakes is churning out more northwest winds over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, which triggered another migration event last night. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 hour. … Continue reading

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The next wave

Last night the winds turned northwesterly again, and although it paled in comparison to the big flights from only a few weeks ago, we did see another solid push into New Jersey last night. Here’s the radar from sunset last … Continue reading

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