Signs of Fall
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Date: 10/10/2023

Almost every September we see the Blue Jay migration heading south for the winter. They typically arrive during the full moon cycle in September. They're often around for several days, more than we can count, roosting in trees across the canal in St. Johns Marsh. This year the full moon was 9/30 with above average temps, a cold front came thru on 10/6 and seemed to spark the migration, a bit later than usual. Blue Jays everywhere, flying from tree to tree, in and out to our feeder, from all directions. We always stock up with plenty of striped sunflower seeds just for the occasion.

Clay Township, MI

Latitude: 42.6 Longitude: -82.6

Observed by: Mark
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