|Canada Geese flying over a frozen Susquehanna River.|
|Small group of Turkey Vultures moving north.|
There aren't many passerines moving through yet. Two abundant (or overly abundant) passerines on the move now are American Robins and Common Grackles. Most of them are flying from a few hundred feet to a thousand feet (nice description here) and moving at night. In the morning birds will come out of the sky and forage. I find it awesome and I've only seen this a few time in my life and yesterday I had a flock of grackles appear out of nowhere. Then I notice that they were diving from hundreds of feet up to the ground.
When you wake up, go outside, look up, and look for one of the great marvels on this planet: dinosaurs falling from the sky.