American Woodcock Migration Mapping System
Woodcock Migration Mapping was active from Sept. 2012 through Apr. 2013
Thank you! for your prior posts and please remember to start posting again in September 2013!
Our apologies for the loss of posting ability from January 10 until April 8.
As a work-around, we developed a more hands-on means of posting the maps.
See the bottom of the page to report activity after August 2013.
MAPS ON THE HISTORY PAGE ARE UPDATED EACH BUSINESS MORNING BASED ON PRIOR DAY REPORTS**
Welcome to the Ruffed Grouse Society’s National American Woodcock Migration Mapping System. RGS started providing real-time tracking of the annual American woodcock migration in 2006 -- for the first time in history. It has continued each year since. The advanced GIS mapping system relied on daily migration data provided by our members and online readers. Users enter the data and zip-code for the area they're reporting on, then select if the woodcock activity in that area is Light, Medium, Heavy, or at its Peak and you may also add a comment and a "name".
**The maps are a summary of the prior daily (24-hour) entries which reset each midnight, so we encourage our visitors to report each day they encounter woodcock. To view prior 24-hour or longer prior period historical maps, click the Historical Maps and Summaries link.
Thank you for your interest and postings.
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