With the cold temps refusing to leave, some early migrants will struggle for a bit. Eastern phoebes started arriving a little while ago and could be heard singing on one of the warmer days. But these birds are flycatchers and usually hawk flying insects so will have to find other food sources with the cold and high winds that have been around. The low temps will likely stay around for another week which is also likely to be hard on the trees, many of which have just gone into flowering.
Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist