Posted by: NatureIsAwesome | September 26, 2009 @ 6:37 am

Gone Birding

This is the radar from 6:00pm last night to 6:00am this morning.

Frames are every 1/2 hour. Click on the thumbnail to view the full-sized animation.
Base Reflectivity image from Key West, FL Base Velocity image from Key West, FL Base Reflectivity image from Miami, FL Base Velocity image from Miami, FL Composite base reflectivity for the Southeastern USA

Nature is Awesome,
Angel and Mariel

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  1. Hey Guys,

    I wasn’t able to go out this morning because of work, but some nice reports from the local area include 1 Canada Warbler, several Blackburnians, 20+ Swainson’s Thrushes, a Veery, a black-throated blue, some parulas, a palm, and 2 prairie warblers. A scarlet Tanager was also seen.

    Check out all my recent pictures! I am going with Brian and John on the Trip to the Great Lakes in the summer, I can’t wait!

  2. Thanks for the report Dan we really appreciate it as this site works best when it is a collaborative effort.

    Angel & Mariel

  3. Migrants tallied this morning on the TAS walk at Greynolds Park, led by Jim King:
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Yellow-throated Vireo
    Red-eyed Vireo
    Northern Parula
    Yellow Warbler
    Black-throated Blue Warbler
    Black-throated Green Warbler
    Yellow-throated Warbler
    Prairie Warbler
    Black-and-white Warbler
    American Redstart
    Worm-eating Warbler
    Ovenbird
    Common Yellowthroat
    Summer Tanager
    Bobolink
    Baltimore Oriole

  4. Lorraine and I spent a couple of hours at the Joe’s Creek Greenway Park in the Lealman Area on Pinellas County today and had some decent birds. Lorraine found 3 Palm Warblers, our first of Fall. Joe’s Creek Greenway Park is at 46th Ave. N and 42nd St. Birds seen were as follows.

    1) Great Crested Flycatcher
    1) Empidonax Species
    1) Thrush Species
    19) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    1) Carolina Wren
    1) Red-eyed Vireo
    6) Yellow Warbler
    3) Palm Warbler
    2) Prairie Warbler
    2) Black-and-White Warbler
    1) Blackburnian Warbler ( a brilliant male )
    1) Chestnut-sided Warbler
    1) Yellow-throated Warbler
    1) Common Yellowthroat
    1) Ovenbird

    Don Margeson

  5. A trip down to Lucky Hammock/Annex and Long Pine Key produced several migrants but in small numbers.

    Blackburnian Warbler being the best bird of the day found by Mariel.
    Alder & Trail’s Flycatchers
    possible Least as well
    Baltimore Oriole
    Lark Sparrow
    Red-eyed, Blue-headed, White-eyed Vireo
    Black-throated Blue
    Redstart
    Prothonatary
    Worm-eating
    Palm
    Ovenbird
    N. Waterthrush
    Prairie
    Pine
    Common Yellowthroat
    Bank, Barn, Cliff Swallows
    Peregrine Falcon
    Merlin
    N. Harrier
    Bunting spp.

    Nature is Awesome
    Angel & Mariel

  6. We had a moderate day at Cape Florida: 37 birds banded. Bird of the day was Black-throated blue: lots of those guys around.
    Today’s captures:
    21 black-throated blues
    3 American redstarts
    3 worm-eatings
    3 ovenbirds (many more around than banded)
    2 red-eyed vireos
    2 parulas
    one northern waterthrush
    one common yellowthroat and
    one chestnut-sided warbler-FOS for us!

  7. You Rock! We missed Chestnut-sided today!

    We will be at the banding station soon, hopefully in the next two weeks.

    A & M

  8. Location: Lake Park
    Observation date: 9/26/09
    Notes: 7036 steps = approx. 4.58 miles
    Number of species: 49

    Little Blue Heron 2
    Cattle Egret 18
    White Ibis 3
    Red-shouldered Hawk 5
    Sandhill Crane 5
    Laughing Gull X
    Caspian Tern 2
    White-winged Dove 15
    Mourning Dove 8
    Black-hooded Parakeet 20
    Chimney Swift 5
    Red-bellied Woodpecker 10
    Downy Woodpecker 8
    Northern Flicker 5
    Empidonax sp. 2
    White-eyed Vireo 10
    Red-eyed Vireo 12
    Blue Jay 12
    American Crow 3
    Fish Crow 2
    Tufted Titmouse 20
    Carolina Wren 25
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 40
    Eastern Bluebird 8
    Veery 2
    Gray-cheeked Thrush 2
    Gray Catbird 10
    Northern Mockingbird 6
    Brown Thrasher 8
    European Starling 5
    Tennessee Warbler 1
    Northern Parula 3
    Magnolia Warbler 2
    Blackburnian Warbler 1
    Yellow-throated Warbler 4
    Pine Warbler 1
    Prairie Warbler 1
    Black-and-white Warbler 1
    American Redstart 2
    Ovenbird 6
    Northern Waterthrush 2
    Common Yellowthroat 10
    Hooded Warbler 1
    warbler sp. 10
    Eastern Towhee 4
    Northern Cardinal 18
    Bobolink 10
    Red-winged Blackbird 10
    Common Grackle 5
    Boat-tailed Grackle 2
    Baltimore Oriole 1

    This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org)


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