I'm issuing a disclosure that these birds were NOT photographed on Long Island - but rather in Downtown Orlando last weekend... but some of them find their way up here so it's not completely off base. I ended up with 7 new species photographed and was amazed at how approachable Florida birds were, as well as the diversity in a Downtown area. Enjoy. (Above and Below: Tri-colored Heron)
Lastly, there is the Pileated Woodpecker, which my loving family spotted for me (as I told them to be on the lookout for anything with wings). I couldn't believe how large this species of woodpecker is and was happy to get some really nice looks and angles.
I also saw/photographed my first Red-Shouldered Hawk which was being chased by a RWBB (red-winged black bird) and a pair of Black Vultures that were circling above the hotel - but the quality of those photos is far from great so we'll leave them out!