A careful walk in the park at around 5:00 this afternoon revealed a single
Tundra Swan in the cove off the brick-strewn beach adjacent to the grassy
area to the south of the main parking lot. A return to the busy area at
around 6:00 got us there just in time to see it take off and fly upriver
and out of sight. A first for us in Westchester. --Joe Wallace and Sharon
AvRutick

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