TTPBRS was bustling with birds this morning as a result of a fallout event. There was a gap in the rain overnight, which allowed birds to start moving north. In this video you can see birds encountering rain tracking from the west, which forced birds to reach landfall on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Migrating birds appear as a stippled mass whereas precipitation is blocky. In this video you can see rain and birds side by side. Most of the birds are White-throated Sparrows, Hermit Thrushes and Myrtle Warblers (based on ground observations at TTPBRS this morning).
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