I live in NY Long island and of course it's fall season
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Very difficult to give an ID based on a seed alone.
However, based on the location and assuming it is from a native tree, I would suggest it is from the American Elm, Ulmus americana.
Changed my mind, Ulmus americana has much larger wings on the samara.
Based on location and image, the closest fit I would suggest is Betula nigra, the River Birch: Image Source: https://projects.ncsu.edu/cals/plantbiology/ncsc/tnc/betula.htm