There is a wonderful photography exhibit of the birds of Rockefeller State Park 
(Westchester County) at the NY hall of Science in Flushing.  Wonderful works by 
mostly members of Saw Mill River Audubon. The Exhibit runs until 10/28 so after 
chasing say a Western Kingbird in Queens you may want to check it out.  (18 
species of warbler on display in breeding plumage, so it made up for this fall 
migration in which I have seen virtually none at Croton Point.)

As for birds, I saw 2 golden plover and one buff breasted sandpiper in the 
Black Dirt region of Orange County on Saturday (these were on Skinner's Lane).  
Thanks to Jodi and Felipe for putting me on the birds.  Lots of places to check 
in that region.  A walk at Walkill Refuge is always productive too - overloaded 
with Common Gallinule this fall.  (Missed Baird's SP and the two sandhill 
cranes that have recently been seen in the area.)
And of course a stop at the Quaker Creek Store after birding is worth the trip.

L. Trachtenberg

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