Category Archives: Spring Migration 2005

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

Disconnected – literally

AGHHH! Wow- I never thought it would be so remote out here in the Everglades. This is my fourth season down here, but my first without a weekend phone line. I haven’t had any access to the internet, so unfortunately … Continue reading

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Little Migration Over NJ

Only a trickle over New Jersey tonight, with winds light out of the west. I won’t be posting the radar for a few days, as I’m leaving for Florida tomorrow to complete my field work. I’ll be posting irregularly while … Continue reading

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WSB forecast update

Can’t we do the WSB in Ohio?? Yeah, well, it looks like we’re experiencing a net loss tonight, as the conditions to our south are less optimal for migration than the one under our noses (or is it ‘above our … Continue reading

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World Series of Birding forecast

I’m sure most of you doing the WSB tomorrow have already planned your routes, but I figured I’d give a migration outlook anyway. Last night’s northeast winds kept migration along the east coast down to a minimum. That was not … Continue reading

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No Migration Detected

Nothing moving tonight, with winds out of the Northeast at 5-10kts.

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