Ted Murin and I went to look for this bird today, ran in to Liz along
the way, and managed to re-locate it at ~2:00 PM in approximately the
same area as described by Liz, with a flock of 4 Black-capped
Chickadees and 2 Dark-eyed Juncos. Kudos to Liz for finding,
identifying, and reported this Nashville Warbler, which appears to be
the record late date for this species in VT by at least a couple of
Quoting liz <[log in to unmask]>:
> I saw a lone Nashville warbler at about 1:10 today at CVU high school
> in Hinesburg. It stood out among the chickadees it was gleaning with.
> The trials at CVU are convoluted, but this bird was in the
> northeastern corner of the lowest field (with the pond.) A small foot
> bridge crosses a stream in the woods. The bird was in the shrubs at
> this section of trail.
> The hooded mergansers that were at the pond have left. Also a tree
> sparrow by the track.