Category Archives: Spring Migration 2005

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

Big Migration Over New Jersey

Updated 05/12/05 @ 6:30am The radar now covers from sunset last night through sunrise this morning. As you can see from the updated radar, the wind finally switched to the north around 3am, shutting down the big migration. Many birds … Continue reading

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Big Migration Over New Jersey

Here’s the Northeast composite radar from 8pm to 11:00pm tonight (5/10). My NEXRAD direct feed is down tonight, so this is all I have to show you (no velocity), but rest assured this is a ton of birds! Look at … Continue reading

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Big Migration Over New Jersey

I hope you’re out birding already. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through sunrise this morning with frames taken at 30 minute intervals. Our first really heavy movement of the spring happened last night, as a mega flight is … Continue reading

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Migration to our south

Morning Update: Well, the radar doesn’t seem to show much in terms of migration. Most of the data seems to be anomalous propagation, but there was a a small ‘blip’ in the early morning coming across Delaware Bay. Given its … Continue reading

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Little Migration Over NJ

Light north winds & clear sky = little migration…very little migration. I’ll post the radar tomorrow afternoon (I lied, no radar), but until then think “Little Migration”.

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