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Winter Thrush update and Migration news

Well, things never cease to amaze.

The exceptionally warm weather of late September into early October saw five (yes, 5) consecutive date records, in terms of maximum temperatures. Amazing, as that seems, my gut instinct was that the birds (particularly the migrant species) would not be affected by these absurd conditions. The climate is always changing and along with shortening day length, nature has to respond. Well, the blog shown below confirms my prediction of incoming northern thrushes, as mentioned in my last post and a few other tidbits for one to consider. Good Reading.

BTO Bird Migration Blog

Ta Ta for now.

Tony

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