John Idzikowski of Milwaukee posted this note to the Wisconsin Birding Network:
"We have a perfect setup for tonight and tomorrow night for observing migrant transit of the moon's face. A major cold front and a well positioned full moon will make this an opportunity that does not occur every year. Exodus (take-off of migrants) will be around 8:15 pm against the full moon in the southeast sky. I would watch from 8:15 until 10:30 when one can expect the most sightings when birds will still be relatively low."Provided the skies are clear tonight, I'm planning on bringing my Celestron 8" SCT which has a clock-drive to follow the moon.
Full Moon © 2010 Mike McDowell