I walked some town and county open space properties on either side of Mill Rd 
in Yaphank today.  The northern side Is a successional cedar forest and aside 
from ticks didn’t seem to hold much activity other than chipping sparrows and a 
surprise flyover by a glossy ibis. There was at least one indigo bunting but I 
suspect many more given size of property and habitat. 

The south side is typical pine oak forest and held the expected species 
including a few great views of oven birds. I also stumbled upon a female turkey 
and her young poults. 

- Luke 
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