Monthly Archives: November 2007

Parked at the window

I decided to take the morning “off” today, and move the LazyBoy (recliner, not me… although the name may apply to both) over to the window where I could watch the bird feeders in comfort. Given all the hoopla over … Continue reading

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Nocturnal Research

Inga and I were fortunate enough to join the DVOC in visiting one of Scott Weidensaul’s Northern Saw-whet Owl banding stations. The particular station is located near Wayne, Pennsylvania, along the Kittatinny Ridge. Jim Logan Jr. was the lead bander, … Continue reading

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Birds over New Jersey

Migration over New Jersey is heavy tonight. Anyone hearing birds overhead? Good Birding David

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November Migration

It’s a tough call, whether to continue the radar migration posts through November. It can be a great month for large movements of the common winter species, or as Sam Galick pointed out yesterday on Jerseybirds, it represents the best … Continue reading

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Winter Migration

Hey Birders- I’ve posted a migration forecast for the mid-Atlantic on birdcapemay.org. Come by and check it out. Good Birding David

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