Monday, August 31, 2015
Sept 1, 2015
As we can see from the relative dearth of radar noise tonight on the current national composite radar, migration over Illinois is very light because birds are battling southerly headwinds.
The eastern third and southern third of Illinois should expect marginally better avian turnover than the rest of the state tomorrow morning, but overall things should be slow. That's it for today; short and sweet because there is not much activity on which to report.
Because winds are forecast to be unfavorable until NEXT Monday night, very little migration activity should happen until then.
Predict which species you will see and exactly when at:
Birdcast's regional migration forecast
eBird's Illinois species occurrence map