The Cayuga Bird Club will hold its monthly meeting next Monday, April 8, at 
7:30 at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, with cookies and conversation at 7:15.  
David Nicosia, Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the NOAA/National Weather 
Service in Binghamton will present "Highways in the Sky - Wind and Weather 
Patterns for Bird Migration".
David will talk first about basic weather patterns conducive to migration. 
>From there he will focus on some very preliminary results of Birdcast and how 
birds are postulated to use wind patterns for migration. He will wrap up with a 
look at the unusual vagrants associated with Hurricane Sandy, radar evidence of 
a large flock of vagrants in the eye of Sandy, and the tools being used
to explain vagrants and migration.

The Club will also be hosting Dave for dinner at Taste of Thai Express 
(downtown on Rt. 13N) at 5:30 pm prior to the meeting.  This is a great 
opportunity for members to meet with Dave and others while enjoying some great 
food.  
If you would like to join us for dinner, please RSVP to cl...@juno.com by 
Monday noon so that reservations can be made.

Good birding this weekend! Hope to see you Monday!
Colleen Richards
Correspondence Secretary
Cayuga Bird Club
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