Great question. I don't know the answer. But, I can tell you that, in
Florida, we are seeing all kinds of extra-limital species.
Fork-tailed Flycatcher, Orange-faced Grassquit, Bananaquit, Bahama
Mockingbird, and now a GREATER SANDPLOVER, from Mid-east Asia. The
list grows by the week. Can't wait to get back to home turf and see
the local breeders and special guest.
Gregory Askew wrote:
> The recent Scissor-tailed Flycatcher(s) and reports from other Northeastern
> states of other overreaching Southerners got me thinking about what other
> rarities might be out there waiting to be discovered. So...with that in
> mind...I ask folks, if you were any of the following species, where would
> you be in Vermont right now?
> Mississippi Kite?
> Swallow-tailed Kite?
> White-eyed Vireo?
> Acadian Flycatcher?
> Hooded Warbler?
> Kentucky Warbler?
> Prothonotary Warbler?
> Yellow-throated Warbler?
> Summer Tanager?