|Envoyé mercredi 04 avril 2007 - 08h19: |
Ci-dessous un message de Bruce Mactavish sur le forum de Terre-Neuve NF.birds :
Il y a des vents d'EST forts sur tout l'atlantique, alors ouvrez bien l'oeil ! ... Il pourrait y avoir des espèces intéressantes !
voir le texte anglais ci-dessous
The winds are blowing east from southern England and France to the
Avalon Peninsula on a fairly direct path this evening. Looks to be
below gale force but probably a good wind according to the closeness
of the isobars on the weather map at Environment Canada web site.
This is a rare wind. Wind arching across from Britain up through
Iceland and then back down to Newfoundland is a more regular
occurrence. It was winds like what we have now that resulted in the
Eastport Eurasian Oystercatcher several years ago - hey that appeared
on an April 3!!!
Geese and shorebirds are the main potential targets. I don't want to
get too far off the handle but yesterday (April 2) at Portland Bill on
the south coast of England 10,000+ Meadow Pipits migrated in off the
sea flying into a NE wind. This is where the winds are coming from.
Keep those eyes sharp.