NEWARK, Md. (AP) – A team of scientists is using a high-tech NASA radar to monitor the fall migration of birds over the Delmarva Peninsula.
The Wilmington News Journal reports scientists will be looking at where birds are stopping, eating and lingering as they examine the best habitats that remain for the region’s migratory son birds.
University of Delaware research Jeff Buler says the majority of birds are migrating at night. He says residents can hear their flight calls if you listen carefully.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - A research team is looking at the effects that Superstorm Sandy had on birds and plants in tidal marshes from Maine to Virginia.
For the study, technicians have visited hundreds of marshes to assess bird populations and measure vegetation.
The Holiday season is when one often sees Delmarva's bird population migrate to the south.
But, Delmarva Public Radio essayist George Merrill wonders, what they must think of all those cars they pass by below.