How they do vis mig on Cape May

I love a spot of visible migration at this time of year. A trickle of Skylarks over the village, some Fieldfares. The odd Redpoll or Brambling.

But what happens when geographical, seasonal and meteorological conditions conspire, Spinal Tap-like, to turn visible migration up to 11?

This is what.* [click]

(via the BirdGuides blog)

* Vimeo refuses to embed on my blog, but follow the link above, it’s worth it.

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