Category Archives: Fall Migration 2007

Daily radar images used to detect bird migration over New Jersey. Visitors are encouraged to post comments and interpretation.

Early morning arrivals?

So I checked the radar at 1:30am, and the front was still moving east into our area…but no birds had pushed through into the state. When I checked the 5:30am just now (at 10:19am), some birds can be clearly seen … Continue reading

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Southerly winds keeping the birds down

No migration was evident on the radar last night, but I figured I’d throw in the animated loops since you’re probably going through a bit of withdrawal. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:30am this morning. Frames are … Continue reading

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No migration last night

Winds were out of the south across the region last night, and no signs of migration were evident on the radar. This pattern will hold through Tuesday, but will eventually be replaced by and approaching cold front. Come and check … Continue reading

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Exodus from north to south

Well, I have to give Don Freiday partial credit for calling migration last night. I expected the winds to have a bit more south on them, but over most of the region they remained westerly. Here’s the radar from sunset … Continue reading

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Early morning arrivals??

Hmm…with the passing cold front last night, it appeared that nothing was moving over the state…but as of early this morning the west winds may have brought a few new birds into New Jersey. Both inland (because of the late … Continue reading

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