Steve, For what it's worth, I have seen White-eyed Vireo (Cornwall), Boreal
Chickadee (Middlebury) and Dickcissel (Addison) -- but not since 2000.
Mockingbird singing in my cherry tree this morning and a rogue cliff swallow
tearing around with the barn swallows.
On 6/4/11 9:29 PM, "Trombulak, Stephen C." <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> For those of you who bird in Addison County ...
> I was cross-checking three lists this afternoon Vermont eBird reports of
> passerines in Addison County so far in 2011, Vermont eBird reports of
> passerines in Addison County from 2000 to 2010, and VCEıs Vermont Bird
> Checklist and noted that there are only eleven species of passerines that
> were reported in the county during the last decade that have not yet been
> reported this year:
> Yellow-bellied Flycatcher
> Philadelphia Vireo
> Gray Jay
> Bicknellıs Thrush
> Swainsonıs Thrush
> Orange-crowned Warbler
> Connecticut Warbler
> Clay-colored Sparrow
> Nelsonıs Sparrow
> Lincolnıs Sparrow
> Red Crossbill
> Also, there are only four species of passerines that are on the state list
> that have not been reported in Addison County (at least, not since 2000):
> White-eyed Vireo
> Boreal Chickadee
> Varied Thrush
> If you are looking for some birding challenges that will add to Addison
> Countyıs 2011 list for the County Bird Quest, why not consider targeting some
> of these?
> I havenıt done the cross-check for the non-passerines, but will try to get to
> it sometime this coming week.
> Steve Trombulak