Category Archives: Spring Migration 2007

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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First Striper Part 1 Originally uploaded by woodcreeper. And here’s another tasty one Like this:Like Loading…

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Radar Migration

Well, this Spring migration study came to a screeching halt a few weeks ago as field work called me to Florida, research kicked up a notch here in Somerset, NJ, and I co-taught a field course at Island Beach State … Continue reading

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Very little migration last night

Just a trickle of migration last night as winds were light and out of the north. Like this:Like Loading…

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Birds on the move tonight

Birds are on the move tonight for sure! SW winds are providing a nice tailwind and birds all up and down the east coast are heading to the north tonight. Here’s the velocity image from Norfolk, VA at 11:30pm tonight. … Continue reading

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