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01 November 2017 - PNW Migration Update

The Pacific Flyway continues to have very light migration, it is just a trickle down the Central Flyway, the Mississippi Flyway had some serious weather, but the Atlantic Flyway is still rocking. 35 more words

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30 October 2017 - PNW Migration Update

The radar tells the story — birds are moving but in a very subdued and patchy fashion.

Like the Willow Flycatcher in spring it’s the Bufflehead that i look for in fall to signal “the end” of migration.  198 more words

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San Elijo Lagoon Restoration Project—Reviving Your Wetlands—Begins This December

Imagine the flow of healthy waters and an increase in wildlife diversity at San Elijo Lagoon. 381 more words

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26 October 2017 - PNW Migration Update

I’m still not seeing the duck numbers i expect but the Cackling Geese have DEFINITELY arrived.  I saw 2 to 3 thousand of them yesterday in the rural fields of Clackamas County. 41 more words

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25 October 2017 - PNW Migration Update

light, with spots to the north of moderate to heavy, migration last night.

There’s no weather and winds out of the north.  The big waves of migrants have passed through but there are a ton of ducks still missing. 32 more words

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23 October 2017 - PNW Migration Update

First clear night since the last update and it was, as expected, a moderate event.  We still see good movement on the western flanks of the Cascades and a nice pulse mid-valley probably associated with duck and goose movement between the NWR’s. 85 more words

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18 October 2017 - PNW Migration Update

The slowing of migration continues.  In fact it is barely noticeable in the Portland area.  So we’ll take a look at the ATX (Seattle) radar where the migration returns are more pronounced, especially across the Strait. 36 more words

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