For the record, birding in Fort Tryon Park and environs this morning was really 
excellent. Inside the park: yellow, black-throated blue, black-throated green, 
b&w, and Parula warblers, rose-breasted grosbeak, indigo bunting, scarlet 
tanager (m), Eastern kingbird, Baltimore oriole, warbling vireo, and a lot of 
swifts around a termite hatch. (Cape May and Tennessee warblers were reported 
by others.) In Cabrini Woods (along Cabrini Blvd, between 190th St. and the 
entrance to the park), were chestnut-sided and yellow-throated warbler, plus 
more Parulas and another Eastern kingbird.

I didn't know Ft Tryon ever got this birdy, but maybe I've never gone in at the 
right time before today.


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