Monday, September 23, 2013

What scientific measure is used to determine the end of Broadwing season?

Is it because the number of birds in a kettle are getting smaller?


It's because Baron takes a break!

A job well done.  Take a well deserved rest and go to Kiptopeke and watch hawks fly over.....

Perhaps noteworthy, on this day at about 12:15, the Broadwings in the air on the East side began flapping and headed toward the West side.  Prior to this, we had several hundred birds and after less than 80, I believe.  I looked around weather stations for a possible explanation and the Montvale station was the only one to monitor solar radiation:

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