Hi Barbara,

The Vermont Rare Species Documentation form can be found on the Vermont 
Center for Ecostudies website:


At 04:49 PM 5/9/2009 -0400, you wrote:
>At 12:37 today I found a scissor-tailed flycatcher sitting on the 
>telephone wire on Old Depot Road in Arlington. It was located in the area 
>just below Whimsy Farm passed the railroad track the third pole on the 
>right-pole #91. It was catching insects. It then went across to the 
>wetland and sat on one of the dead trees. After almost 45 minutes it 
>finally went back toward the railroad tracks and the meadow area next to 
>Whimsy Farm. I luckily took three friends with me to witness the sight and 
>I will have some photos when they get them to me. How does one report a 
>rare bird sighting? It may be worth checking all the wet areas for a few 
>days to see if someone else can spot it and if it will hang around.
>Barbara Powers
>Manchester Center
>HotmailŪ goes with you.

Allan M. Strong
University of Vermont
The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
347 Aiken Center
Burlington, VT 05405