Daily Archives: 10/16/2007

Big migration going on tonight

I’ve posted an updated mid-Atlantic forecast to birdcapemay.org and will post the radar here in the morning. Please don’t forget to become a member of the woodcreeper flock today. Read the Become a Member post to find out more.

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Singing Youngster

This hatch-year White-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys) was caught singing his little head off during my recent sparrow fest out here in Somerset, NJ. I digi-video’d him with my Coolpix 4500 digital camera, and Leica Televid APO spotting scope. You can … Continue reading

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Become a Member, Today!

I’ve now set up an annual membership structure that I hope will entice you to become a founding member of woodcreeper.com. Please see details here: http://www.woodcreeper.com/become-a-member/, or click the link under “Pages” on the sidebar. You can use the comments … Continue reading

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Heavy migration over Jerze

Heavy migration was evident over the Garden State last night, as winds ranged from NW at 3000 feet, to N at the surface. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 hour for … Continue reading

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