Category Archives: Spring Migration 2012

Heavy migration into the Midwest; a good push up through the Northeast as well

National Overview No time to post right now, but wanted to get the word out that there was some moderate to heavy migration from the Central US all the way to the East Coast. Click on the individual radar thumbnails … Continue reading

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Spring 2012 Early Wrapup

Here we are in late May and birds continue to push north to the breeding grounds while the earliest arrivals sit on eggs or even feed the recently hatched. We should still see migration on the NEXRAD radar network into … Continue reading

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Migration contines as front pushes east

National Overview I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: migration happens all the time, especially in spring. It’s worth taking a gander at the national composite from yesterday through this morning over at Paul Hurtado’s radar archive here. … Continue reading

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Heavy migration into the Upper Midwest

National Overview The migration superhighway was open for business once again last night as the latest front pushed east across the Plains and Midwest. The heaviest migration was along the frontal boundary which swept across western Iowa and Minnesota by … Continue reading

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More birds up through the Midwest

National Overview Sorry for the late post; I’m a bit under the weather this morning. If you’ve been following along the past two mornings you know the frontal boundary moving east out of the Plains has been the main trigger … Continue reading

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