Posted by: woodcreeper | May 12, 2008 @ 10:11 am

Western migration

After a brief glimpse of the radar, it looks like some birds made it into south Florida from the southwest (Cuba, and maybe the eastern Yucatan?), but density was only low to moderate. Another interesting thing is the birds making landfall right now along the west coast of Florida. The movement is light so far, but more concentrated than those coming across the Florida Straits. Will Trans-Gulf migrants be evident along the west coast? Will some get pushed all the way to the east coast? You be the judge!

Good Birding




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