Monthly Archives: September 2007

HUGE MIGRATION TONIGHT!

Another big migration event is occurring tonight…but I’m sleeping in the streets of NYC waiting for the Mets to make it to the division championship…see you midweek!

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Migration over New Jersey – Hot and Heavy

I figured that with the cold front clearing the area, we’d see a huge influx of new birds (given the 5-day dry spell when winds were not favorable). It seems that some of that was true, but the influx was … Continue reading

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East coast bracing for major flight – forecast on birdcapemay.org

http://www.birdcapemay.org/bfma/

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Cold front moves through over night

A cold front moved over our area last night, bringing with it westerly winds which will turn northwesterly by this morning, and open up the northeast for significant migration tonight. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this … Continue reading

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Where’s your favorite migrant trap?

I’ve received several emails regarding this question, so I figured I’d send it back to you, the New Jersey birders.

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