Though I feel for those who might be effected by the wind or rain of Tropical Storm Hanna, I can’t help but notice that the storm has a track that brings her up the east coast (past New York on Saturday night), possibly pushing southern seabirds north. I know where I’ll be Sunday morning!
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You and me both, I might have to make a run to the shore tomorrow morning after it runs through Carolina…
I was planning on going to Jones Beach this weekend anyway. This is the last weekend of the year to get there from NYC by public transportation. I’m still working on my anti-global-warming list.
With hana coming Saturday I’ll be going Sunday. Its going to be interesting to see how the storm will effect sightings. Some of my best birding trips have been the mornings after stormy nights, but I have never gone the day after a tropical storm.
I’ll keep an eye on things here in Cape May Point.
Good luck further north, but as of yet Hannah’s been kind of a disappointment down here.
A few Sooty and Bridled Terns inland and decent numbers of Phalaropes are all that has been reported in the Carolinas.
Hope you get something good though!
@Joe: Good luck…I’ll be somewhere out there myself.
@John: Let us know if you find anything!
@Nate: Seeing as both of those terns would be lifers for me I hope I am so lucky as to find them!