Date: 11/3/19 5:36 pm
From: Joseph Wallace <joew701...>
Subject: [nysbirds-l] Croton Point Park
A quick late-afternoon walk across the grassland revealed at least seven
Eastern Meadowlarks; a tight-knit group of five Horned Larks foraging on
the newly turned earth (one step in a major restoration project to
eradicate invasives and re-plant native grasses); and a restless flock of
perhaps 20 American Pipits. Winter is most definitely coming. --Joe Wallace

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