Down For the Day in Chilton County, Alabama

On the surface conditions appear calm. Aloft, however, it’s a different story with south winds blowing at 20 knots.

We will be standing down for the day.

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  1. Peppersky December 20, 2013 11:14 am

    Sara I agree with you totally. I just watched the video of them taking flight following the trike and there are tears running down my cheeks. When I talk to people about Operation Migration I can’t do it without getting choked up. This is a very special group of people and I am so thankful for everything they are doing!!!

  2. Sara McKeefer December 19, 2013 7:13 pm

    So exciting what you are doing! I am an avid raptor follower that has just added cranes to my favorite birds. They are every bit as majestic on the ground as eagles are in the air. Just one question, how do you keep from getting so emotional you can’t see to fly!

    I’ve ridden shotgun in an ultralight over the Gulf of Mexico, spotting tiger sharks among other schools of fish, and I must say, it was the single most exhilarating experience of my 68 years! I cannot imagine what you must feel to know you are imprinting their return journey on them with their flight.

    I am just in awe! Blessings on all of you, feathered and non-feathered alike.