As this cold high pressure system overhead shifts offshore
by Wednesday afternoon a strong southerly flow of air
aloft will set up for Wednesday Night. 
Latest computer models are showing 
between 40 and 50 knots from the south-southwest 
between about 2000 and 5000 feet 
above ground level(925 to 850 mb) Wednesday night. 
Migration should be very heavy considering the cool north 
winds of the past couple days holding migrants back. Even tonight 
with the high pressure system overhead and light winds, 
migration will pick up and I would expect a fairly heavy 
flight as well.

Also, does anyone have the nocturnal flight call
of the dickcissel that they would be willing to
share? is it the same as the "flight" call ...

from bna online? 

Dave Nicosia 

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