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21 February 2017 - (PNW) Migration Update

… (PNW) in parentheses because we can’t see squat on the radar through the heavy cloud cover.

But, birds are moving north and HERE is a great example from the Anzo Borrego. 34 more words

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14 February 2017 - Ready or Not, Here They Come

Sheesh!  I think this is the earliest 20 dBZ pulse i have seen.  Right up the middle of the Valley.  Probably water fowl coming off the NWR’s headed north. 35 more words

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Economic Models Adapting To Evolving Challenges

The Moneyball approach to thinking about how to make the next big breakthroughs in conservation–not surprising that we are hearing this from The Nature Conservancy’s best and brightest: 957 more words


Our Migrating Ducks

Fall and spring bird migrations are exciting natural phenomenon that occur every year in all parts of the world, as it has been for millenium. Additionally, amid milder climates of the Central Valley in California, the migrating birds reside here in agricultural fields and refuge ponds for the winter. 256 more words


Loggerhead Shrike

While birding in California’s Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge recently, we came upon this Loggerhead Shrike. This five-photo series demonstrates the shrike’s success in the span of one minute. 312 more words


04 November 2016 - PNW Migration Update

Light north winds but clear skies, even with migration winding down, we still have a few migrants moving south.

With RTX off line we’ll take a look at the other two regional radars today; ATX in Seattle and LGX on the coast at Gray’s Harbor. 42 more words

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20 October 2016 - PNW Migration Update

It might be the winds out of the south or it might be that we’re getting a little long in the tooth, but the migration last night was pretty weak.  55 more words

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