Although westbound movement has now largely subsided, there has been an 
exceptionally massive flight at Robert Moses this morning. The thousands of 
burds were dominated by Robins, Flickers, Red-winged Blackbirds, Purple 
Finches, Pine Siskins, Yellow-rumped Warblers, and Tree Swallows,  with smaller 
numbers of other species. Road edges and vegetation have plenty of sparrows, 
kinglets. Phoebes, and more to search through.
Doug Futuyma

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