Oops. My apologies for the last message. So sorry.
172 Woodbury Road
Burlington, VT 05408
> On Nov 25, 2014, at 10:08 PM, Michele Patenaude <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 23 through the 30
> Instead of a conference call, I propose a face-to-face get together meeting while I am in RI. Perhaps,we can have a snack in the evening at Gregg's.
> Please let me know any of these days that work for you. If you can get back to me by the day after Thanksgiving, that would be nice. It will be good to all be together.
> December 23 (yes for me)
> December 24 no -- Christmas Eve
> December 25 no -- Christmas Day
> December 26 (yes for me)
> December 27 (no for me)
> December 28 (yes for me)
> December 29 (yes for me)
> December 30 (yes for me)
> Michele Patenaude
> 172 Woodbury Road
> Burlington, VT 05408
>> On Nov 25, 2014, at 8:33 AM, Zac Coto <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Bird present this morning at the intervale. Many observers.
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On Nov 24, 2014, at 6:48 PM, Patti Haynes <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> It would be great to see some photos of this bird. Have any of you birders
>>> posted any? Larry?
>>> And congrats to you, Larry Clarfeld, for finding and reporting this great
>>> On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 1:20 PM, Fred and Chris Pratt <[log in to unmask]>
>>>> Team Pipit enjoyed multiple close views this morning (10:05-10:45) of the
>>>> White-eyed Vireo at the Intervale. It was working the raspberry patch
>>>> across the road from the little row of cedars and the community garden
>>>> previously given as guides for finding the bird. Also present were numerous
>>>> sparrows (juncos, Tree Sparrows and White-throated Sparrows) as well as
>>>> about 7 or 8 chickadees. All of our views of the bird were at about a foot
>>>> or two above the ground. He was basically feeding on his own, paying no
>>>> attention to the sparrows and chickadees also in the area.
>>>> Those who have already seen this bird as well as those still hoping to see
>>>> it might consider the following:
>>>> 1) I have been birding in Vermont for forty odd years and this fellow is
>>>> species number 315 for Team Pipit in this state. This bird is a rarity and
>>>> a treat.
>>>> 2) This individual is sporting bright fresh fall plumage, an absolute joy
>>>> to behold.
>>>> 3) Chances are decent that he will hang around for a while. I once saw one
>>>> of these guys on a CBC I used to do back when we lived in Rhode Island.
>>>> 4) It is difficult to imagine this species surviving a Vermont winter. I
>>>> guess we should all hope he tries to find his way south sooner rather than