William, and anyone else interested in hawk migration, here's a
fascinating post by Paul Roberts, founder of the Eastern Mass. Hawkwatch
and student of migration patterns, a narrative of what was seen at Mt.
Wachusett on what should have been a fairly lousy day by "conventional
wisdom" that ultimately amounted to more than 12,000 birds, followed by
some interesting observations about the whole phenomenon. Well worth
On 9/19/2013 9:41 AM, Willem Leenstra wrote:
> Is there a time of day when the numbers are higher than others? Broadly
> speaking, that is, morning vs. evening?
> On 9/19/2013 1:34 AM, Jane Stein wrote:
>> Mt. Wachusett