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It may still be warm but fall migration has started and soon the colors will change. And what a wonderful time of year!


The colors are beautiful, the air is crisp, the birds are active. This is the time of year when some of our summer visitors leave us, and our winter friends return. We anxiously watch as the waterfowl return, and say good-bye to the shore birds that will go further south.  It's always exciting to see Hawks migrating over Long Island, and a little sad to say goodbye until next year to our wonderful warblers as they migrate through.  What a challenge they can be all dressed in their autumn colors; can you tell the juveniles from the winter dressed adults?


It's a time to be outside and enjoy the comfortable weather, before the cold sets in.
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