Category Archives: Fall Migration 2010

More birds (and radar) coming this weekend

The weather is clearing out and northwest winds will return on Friday night. I’ll be back posting the radar on Saturday morning, and posting twitter updates starting Friday evening. Good Birding! David

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More birds

No time to post the radar today (sorry!) but migration was hot and heavy again. The main trajectory was NE->SW which means that the inland hotspots will be, well, hot! Raccoon Ridge, Chimney Rock, Cold Brook Preserve, the NP Dredge … Continue reading

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Kicking off November with a bang!

Migration: it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Yesterday we saw the latest cold front push off the eastern seaboard causing the winds over new jersey to turn from southwest to northwest. I watched this unfold from the Cape May … Continue reading

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A changing of the guard

Birds were moving in and out of the region last night. While not as “mega” as Thursday night, migration was still quite heavy across New Jersey. In my opinion, the prospects for today are enhanced by the influx of birds … Continue reading

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Wings on the wind: The flight of a decade

“The flight of the lifetime!” came across my phone last night as I sat in a dark spot between the Cape May Convention Center and the adjacent building, gazed upwards, and marveled at 300 birds passing overhead… …in a single … Continue reading

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