Another Elvis sighting...I decided to try my luck again this afternoon at
the Intervale community garden. I figured if I didn't see the bird there
was at least a chance to run into some birding friends. Success with both!
I arrived around 1:30. Scott Sainsbury and I decided to look in an area
away from the usual sighting locations and walked in the field north and
east of the parking area. Just as we returned to the gate (slightly north &
the parking lot), the vireo flew to the right of the tall spruce Larry
Clarfeld originally described in his detailed post. It flitted around in
its usual fashion. At times it was within six feet of us at eye level,
hopping around in the row of cedars. This time it had an audience of 5.
From: Kevin Thorley
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 4:04 PM
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Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] White-eyed Vireo
Still there at 3:40. I spent about 30 minutes looking for it. Just as I was
about to leave it flew right in front of me, stopped on a branch next to
the parking lot, then into the raspberry bushes. I followed it and got
great looks at it with a small worm in its mouth.
On Tue Nov 25 2014 at 2:13:52 PM Gary Chapin <[log in to unmask]>
> Present at the parking lot at the Community Garden from 1:45 to 2:00 PM.
> Gary Chapin
> Ticonderoga, NY