In the event you found yourself missing the spectacle of the migration of Neotropical birds through the northeastern United States earlier this month, there is good news. Apparently the cool and wet weather has prolonged the spring flights which by now are normally slowing to a trickle. Take a look at this composite radar loop and see the masses of birds rising skyward as nightfall progresses from east to west during the past couple of hours.
Any of the birds presently moving through Texas could travel for another week or more to reach the Susquehanna region—so there’s still time to see the show. Let’s grab a camera or some binoculars and go have a look. It’s not too late.