the buzz theory- all the birds that are riding the cold front from Canada will be getting close to their NJ and Chesapeake and Delaware wintering grounds. Then once they are right about central NY, central PA, and Central MD, they will realize that the winds are too harsh from Sandy to continue flying and will set the landing gear down in the central part of the states. Meanwhile, streams and rivers will flood, cut bean and corn fields will flood offering lots of feeding spots for these migrating birds to set up shop wherever they may ride the storm out. Possibly with all of these conditions, we might see more birds in the central portions of the state, than what we normally see. Im personally hoping that some of the "odd ball" ducks that we dont get to see much of in the western area show up and stay a while. All in all, just a theory though, scouting later this week will tell. Hope you guys stay safe out closer to the shore
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