[CT Birds] fallout conditions?
nbonomo at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 23:01:04 EDT 2012
A friend of mine, Tim Spahr of Massachusetts, pointed out that there's
very likely a fallout of some magnitude currently occurring in
Connecticut. There is an east-west wall of rain whose southern border
happens to be draped across Connecticut, more or less. Birds are
moving from the south, meaning that they're probably flying right into
the rain and being forced to the ground.
It's anyone's guess as to where the birds will fallout and in what
magnitude, but Connecticut birding may be quite good tomorrow if
everything comes together. It looks like there will be birds
somewhere, but it's impossible to predict exactly where.
Western Connecticut appears to have more action than eastern CT at the
moment, for what it's worth.
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