Posted by: woodcreeper | April 19, 2008 @ 11:43 pm

Birds heading north over Florida

While less birds seem to be arriving via the Cuba Express, heavy migration continues from south to north over the state. I won’t be able to post the radar until tomorrow afternoon so check the real-time radar to see how this plays out (links on the right). From the looks of it now it appears that locations along the north coasts will be best tomorrow, and Jacksonville could really see an influx of new birds by morning (heavy activity on the Melbourne radar).

I’ll be back tomorrow afternoon to post the radar.

Good Birding

David

ps. THANKS SO MUCH TO THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE BEEN POSTING YOUR SIGHTINGS! YOU ROCK!!


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  1. Saturday, Apr. 19, produced 10 warber species and both buntings at Sadowski park in SE Dade County. Trey later added an 11th species and YB Cuckoo.

    This morning, Apr. 20, Sadowski had only a Cape May, Common Yellowthroat, and 3 Ovenbirds. Lots of Catbirds on both days. Seems like there was a big movement out of S. Florida on Saturday night.


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