22 September 2022
Tonight’s BirdCast Migration Forecast exhibits there can be intense migration from Michigan right down to Mississippi and Georgia. The flocks will fan out east and west, touching southwestern Pennsylvania.
In case you go birding on Friday 23 September, look forward to finding warblers and thrushes nonetheless passing by and an rising number of sparrows. Look ahead to the skulkers – Connecticut and mourning warblers — in late September. Maybe you’ll see the final of the flycatchers, a few of that are already thought-about “uncommon” now in eBird.
Friday’s solar and northwest wing can even encourage broad-winged hawks emigrate through the day. Hold an eye fixed to the sky or go to a hawk watch in your space. Hawk watch areas and information are listed at hawkcount.org.
Take a look at the migration forecast and many migration instruments at BirdCast.
Friday can be nice day to go birding.
(images from Wikimedia Commons, map screenshot from Birdcast; click on on the captions to see the originals)