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If tropical storm were to build and hit the gulf would it push birds back north? or will they hang and rough it out?
Looks like one making landfall by the weekend down there so didnt know if we might have this happen.
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Was wondering the same thing
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May not push them north they may possibly fly west?
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Imo birds have a spot they are heading to and will sit and wait out the storm and keep on after it passes . This could be a great Oct. season .
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