I was looking at the Trinity Church location on eBird and noticed there's
potential here for anyone looking for a place to bird near work that
doesn't take much time to cover. In my experience the north side of the
church is more productive than the south side. Be prepared for days of 3 -
4 spp. seen.

Here are the yearly details and some of the rarities found:

• http://ebirding-nys.wikispaces.com/Trinity+Church%2C+Wall+St.

2014: 21 spp. (Oct - Dec)
2015: 31 additional spp.
2016: 23 additional spp.
2017: no new spp. added

Total: 75 spp.

• Connecticut Warbler
• Philadelphia Vireo
• Mourning Warbler
• Yellow-breasted Chat
• Worm-eating Warbler
• American Woodcock
• Cape May Warbler
• Gray-cheeked Thrush
• Lincoln's Sparrow
• Blue-winged Warbler
• Savannah Sparrow
• Rusty Blackbird

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Ben Cacace
Manhattan, NYC
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