birds over portland
To save server space — no radar loop today.
The birds did move north ahead of the current system but put down upon the arrival of the rain. 31 more words
1 hour, 20 minutes
Moderate levels of migration took place throughout the weekend. Today’s radar loop is a good representation of the weekend.
San Diego: Western Tanagers, Lazuli Buntings and Black-headed Grosbeaks. 55 more words
The rain and clouds cleared out over night. The winds, not optimal, but not a real challenge to flight. Birds were heavily on the move. A “green doughnut” night. 67 more words
5 days, 1 hour
Heavy cloud cover and scattered rain the last two nights have left us without any usable radar images.
Reports from the Central Valley: Black-throated Grey Warblers, Western Kingbirds and Bullock’s Orioles. 17 more words
5 days, 18 hours
Just a bit of narrative today as the radar images are a bit insipid.
Ospreys are back in force and already rebuilding their nesting platforms. Rufus Hummingbirds are staking out territories. 59 more words
1 week, 1 day
A few more Violet-green Swallows but that is about it for now. We are still seeing a pretty solid movement of winter residents. Again, i think these are all waterfowl with a small mix of the vanguard migrants. 53 more words
1 week, 4 days
The San Diego area is reporting the first Wilson’s Warblers and House Wrens and Western Kingbirds and Bullock’s Orioles have made it into the Central Valley. 99 more words
1 week, 6 days