Posted by: NatureIsAwesome | October 30, 2009 @ 6:47 am

What’s Just Over the Horizon

This is the radar from 6:00pm last night to 6:30am 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

More of the same from yesterday. Georgia and South Carolina radars showed heavy densities of migrants moving a short distance. Jacksonville radar showed some decent movement as well. Some of this may have trickled down into the Central portions of the state. Smaller amounts trickling down into Miami. Good birding to all!

Nature is Awesome,
Angel and Mariel

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  1. Well winter has apparently not arrived in Kissimmee yet. I went out this afternoon for about an hour and a half and had 8 species of warbler, including a beautiful adult male Golden-winged Warbler. Heres a list of migrants seen:

    Eastern Phoebe- 2
    White-eyed Vireo- 1
    House Wren- 2
    Blue-grey Gnatcatcher- 30+
    Gray Catbird- 10
    GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER- 1 male
    Northern Parula- 4
    Magnolia Warbler- 1
    Black-and-white Warbler- 1 female
    Black-throated Blue Warbler- 2 male/female
    Palm Warbler- 8
    Northern Waterthrush- Heard
    Common Yellowthroat- 3
    Indigo Bunting- 15+
    Painted Bunting- 1 female

    I also had 3 probable Yellow-rumped Warblers but they were too far away to see their details. I was so surprised to see the Golden-winged Warbler, is this unusually late to see one?

    The Teenage Birder
    Kissimmee, FL

  2. A mix of migrants and winter visitors at A D Barnes Park this morning, including fourteen species of warblers; most were in fruiting Ficus trees in the picnic area near the pond:
    American Kestrel
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Belted Kingfisher
    Eastern Phoebe
    Yellow-throated Vireo
    Red-eyed Vireo
    House Wren
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    Gray Catbird
    Tennessee Warbler
    Orange-crowned Warbler
    Northern Parula
    Magnolia Warbler
    Cape May Warbler
    Black-throated Blue Warbler
    Black-throated Green Warbler
    Yellow-throated Warbler
    Pine Warbler
    Prairie Warbler
    Palm Warbler
    Black-and-white Warbler
    American Redstart
    Common Yellowthroat
    Painted Bunting


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