The radar was obscured by the weather last night. We could make out very low level movement between the cells but nothing to write about. I did hear a number of Swainson’s Thrush nocturnal flight calls the past couple of nights.
Up north in BC at the Tatlayoko banding station the first Fox and Golden-crowned Sparrows were banded and a flock of Greater White-fronted Geese were seen.
As DavidLaPuma would say, “look busy … birds are coming!”
Pretty much the same as yesterday – movement, but moderately so.
It’s always a good thing to keep up with what’s going on up north at the BC Tatlayoko Bird Observatory. They get a few birds that move over to the Central Flyway but many more that are headed our way. So, for instance, they will see the Fox and Golden-crowned Sparrows before we do and it is nice to know what’s in the pipeline.