On Wednesday, Hector Galbraith and I followed a posting on VT Bird list serve of Bohemian Waxwings on the campus of Putney School. The reported 50 BOWAs exceeded all expectations. Hector's count was 250, though a few (but not many) Cedar Waxwings may have been mixed into that count.
What drew us to the campus in particular was the report of a Pine Warbler at the suet feeder outside of a classroom window. It was till present, resting on a window sill under the protective drip edge of a window. Not much of a picture, but another documentation of a bird that has no business trying to cope with a Vermont winter.