I noticed sightings of Tree Swallows at Breezy Point, Queens a couple of
days ago. Perhaps the radar is seeing early swallow arrivals as they
prepare to move up the Mississippi river valley?

On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 6:14 AM David Nicosia <daven102...@gmail.com> wrote:

> All,
> I noticed some bird migration echoes in the lower Mississippi valley and
> Texas early this morning. It's only early February.  Birdcast shows this
> early migratory push. see
> https://birdcast.info/migration-tools/live-migration-maps/
> The birds were moving north so they are not wintering birds pushing
> further south. There are southwest winds in this area.  Does anyone have an
> idea on what species of birds these may be?  I know Horned Larks can nest
> early. I am unfamiliar with the timing of migration in this area.
> Thanks,
> Dave Nicosia
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