Back…to the TROPICS!
I’m heading to the Tropics! Join me and an intrepid group of birders, naturalists and writers (some are all three!) for some serious fun in Honduras as we put the new Leica Trinovid HD through its paces. The Lodge at Pico Bonito will be home base for the next week! But first I need to get there…
Woodcreeper On The Road: POINT PELEE GETS BIRDY!
This will be my last Point Pelee post since I’m not really ‘on the road’ anymore. I hope you’ve enjoyed this foray into new territory as much as I have. If you’re in the park, and can spare a moment at some point, please let me know the birding compared to previous days. From the radar, at least, it sure looks good today!!
Woodcreeper On The Road: POINT PELEE MIGRATION
Although I’m no longer “on the road”, I will continue to post the radar for the western Lake Erie region through Wednesday since heavy migration is expected. I encourage anyone birding in the area to please provide feedback in the comments section of this post so we can all better understand the relationship between nocturnal migration and the subsequent birding conditions on the ground.
Point Pelee, Ontario. Migration Forecast 5/13-15
I had way too much fun at Point Pelee to just walk away and not follow through with the coming migration, despite my return to Madison, Wisconsin. So, here’s the forecast as I see it:
Woodcreeper On The Road: POINT PELEE DAY 3
Today’s my last day at Point Pelee National Park and it’s the coldest morning so far (just about freezing!). I’ll head into the park for one more morning at ‘the tip’ but with the cold temps and light northerly winds last night, I have little expectation for new arrivals. There are still plenty of birds around the park which I have not yet seen, so I’ll be out trying to round some up before heading back across the border this afternoon.