Category Archives: Fall Migration 2010

The floodgates are open over the Northeast

Migration is hot and heavy right now over coastal New England and New Jersey. Winds over most of New York State are too strong and out of the west for a big flight, so those birds will have to wait … Continue reading

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Weekend Outlook- it’s gonna ROCK!

Looking ahead to the upcoming Fall Weekend here in Cape May, things couldn’t be much better. Well, if we could get a large rain event to really put the birds down right along the coast then that might be better … Continue reading

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Moving to late-fall schedule

Thanks to everyone who contributed to the site this fall, both through your field observations and great feedback to my posts, and in your financial support to woodcreeper.com which helps greatly in keeping the lights on around here. If you … Continue reading

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SW winds…

…keeping most birds from migrating. Gonna sleep in tomorrow… see you Monday morning! Good Birding David

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More birds into NJ

Well, I guess you could call this “yesterday, light”, since the conditions were about the same as yesterday but the bird density coming into the state was a little lower. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:00am this … Continue reading

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