Two Greater Yellowlegs at the ball field.
At least four Bonaparte's Gulls at low tide around 5:30pm at the sand bar at 
the train station.   41.188601, -73.880166

I'll post photos of both later on New York Birders.
Many Tree Swallows, a few Rough-winged and Barn.
The usual Red-tails and Kestrels.

Bob LewisSleepy Hollow NY

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