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A little better today.

Apparently there was significant migration again last night. The radar was intense right through to morning again. Once again, most of the birds passed over us. That said, there was a slight uptake in the birds from yesterday. I did … Continue reading

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Don’t be fooled!

The forecast for last night was for a major migration movement in the northeast. Shortly after sunset the radar indicated it was in full swing. As the night progressed, so did the intensity of movement. This continued right on until … Continue reading

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Backyard Warbler Mania!!!

As I was finishing my last post I looked out my window. There is a rock in my side yard with a depression in it. It had rained just a short time earlier and the rock was filled with water. … Continue reading

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Day four of great birding on Haven Road and the Orchard at the Bashakill!

I had to do a few chores this morning so I got a bit of a late start. Fortunately, it didn’t matter! When I got out of my car at the corner of Haven Road and the Orchard, birds were … Continue reading

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Another good day at the Bashakill!

I birded the Bashakill today with Scott Baldinger. Eventually, we were joined by Marty Borko. It was another good morning. I had twelve species of warbler myself, but others had more.  The Orchard was the best spot early in the … Continue reading

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Another good day at the Bashakill!

I spent the morning birding the Bashakill with Scott Baldinger and my friends visiting from Florida, Bob and Mary Wexler.  It was our second really good day in a row.  Though I only had nine species of warblers today, the … Continue reading

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A Breakthrough!

Last nights radar indicated major migration across the northeast! There was considerable overflight for our area, but finally, some birds put down. At first I wasn’t having much success, then I arrived at the Bashakill. I ended up birding with … Continue reading

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