Date: 4/29/20 8:48 am
From: <badgerboy...>
Subject: Re: Conway, SC - Please post the source of the migration maps.
I looked at this page and I have to sheepishly admit that I could make
nothing of it. Chris, or anyone else, can you please give a short
summary of what it means, and how to figure out if migrating birds are
likely to come to earth in a particular place?

Thanks, Guy McGrane, Deep Gap, NC

On 4/29/2020 8:17 AM, Christopher Hill (via carolinabirds Mailing List)
wrote:
> My favorite is this page.
>
> https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.pauljhurtado.com/US_Composite_Radar/__;!!OToaGQ!5OEPf8AqKOqFUeu6rHaesJE-QIuzSQlN-DEjkIxZWqiRhaq63Yqg6K8seqQeLtwu-UQ$
> <https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.pauljhurtado.com/US_Composite_Radar/__;!!OToaGQ!_0GkxrCvaC7i3i8fGfSw4q-HH_ExUOyjR1DtYSmcvHYcpuV1VrSjP7Z0vZvOjbVQp78$>
>
> It’s not forward looking - it shows current radar, and archives past
> nights if you want them.  But you can check it any time and see all
> sorts of real time detail (for example, by the time most people go to
> bed you can click on it and see what “takeoff” looked like, or you can
> look at it before you head out in the field in the morning and get
> excited).  Scroll down to the link that says
>
> *Permanent Link for current day (6pm-6pm EDT):*
>
> Chris Hill
> Conway, SC
>
>> On Apr 29, 2020, at 7:48 AM, Maggie Strickland
>> <gallinasviejas...> <mailto:<gallinasviejas...>> wrote:
>>
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>>
>> On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 7:41 AM Christine Stoughton-Root
>> <carolinabirds...> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>> wrote:
>>
>> BirdCast.com
>> <https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://BirdCast.com__;!!OToaGQ!_0GkxrCvaC7i3i8fGfSw4q-HH_ExUOyjR1DtYSmcvHYcpuV1VrSjP7Z0vZvOLSDTJc0$>
>>
>> Sent from my iPad
>>
>>> On Apr 29, 2020, at 6:11 AM, Parkin Hunter (via carolinabirds
>>> Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
>>> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>>
>>> Parkin Hunter
>>> Ridgeway and Garden City Beach SC
>>> Sent from my iPad
>>>
>>>> On Apr 28, 2020, at 10:34 PM, Christopher Hill (via
>>>> carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
>>>> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>  Erinn,
>>>>
>>>> According to the map I saw, your best bet would be Kentucky. :-)
>>>>
>>>> Sorry, dark humor there in part because in Spring during these
>>>> big migration waves our part of SC often seems to be the one
>>>> place in the whole eastern half of the continent that refuses
>>>> to light up.
>>>>
>>>> Good luck tomorrow. John Hutchens and I birded Punchbowl
>>>> Landing road this morning and it was fantastic, although actual
>>>> passage migrants were very very few.
>>>>
>>>> Chris Hill
>>>> Also in Conway.
>>>>
>>>>> On Apr 28, 2020, at 7:41 PM, Erinn Szarek
>>>>> <carolinabirds...> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> CAUTION: This email originated from outside your organization.
>>>>> Exercise caution when opening attachments or clicking links,
>>>>> especially from unknown senders.
>>>>>
>>>>> No doubt everyone has seen the migration forecast tonight,
>>>>> there is a huge influx of birds coming in tonight. I'm in
>>>>> Conway, SC, any suggestions for my best placement for tomorrow
>>>>> morning to catch the migration?
>>>>
>

 
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