Sunday, September 27, 2015

Sept 28, 2015

Hello birding friends,

Tonight, Illinois is again experiencing only negligible to light levels of migration, as evidenced by the current national composite radar (, due to dominating southerly winds. Of course, tomorrow (Monday) morning should be as good as any to get out while there is still a moderate variety of warblers and other migrants about; however, no huge arrivals or influxes should be expected.

Tomorrow night, winds are forecast to shift to be out of the north; however, showers are expected over much of the state which could disrupt migration then. I will be monitoring the situation closely weather-wise.

To predict exactly which species you are likely to find and when, please consult:
BirdCast's regional migration forecast for this week:
eBird's species occurrence chart for Illinois:

Good birding,

Henry (Oak Park, Cook County)

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