When working on the NYS eBird Hotspots wiki I'll compare the previous bar chart list of species with the current one picking up any additions or deletions. Bymsmythii
The Yellow-throated Warbler is still present, as is the Pine, Black & White, and a Palm Warbler. Also in the pines and on the ground by the parking lot, 3 R-Cdaveeib
This morning while looking for the Dickcissel (which I did not find) I came upon a single American Pipit on the beach at the end of New Dorp Lane. It was quiterichardz115
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