Thank you to those in the virtual world of birding who keep us up to date
on both the usual but also the more exotic avian visitors to Vermont and
thank you to those in the real world who welcome birders on to their
properties to enjoy these memorable experiences.
While the weather today would suggest that birding would be an "iffy"
undertaking, within the parameters of two hours and twenty miles this very
appreciative observer was able to see both the Say's Phoebe and the Dickcissel.
The Gables at East Mountain, Rutland, Vermont
Speaking the same language.