Sound the alarms. A Wood Sandpiper has been entertaining birders at Marsh Meadows in Jamestown, Rhode Island, since its discovery on October 13. Vermonter Chuck Gangas got a clear shot of this Eurasian wader, which has no business being in North America. Wood Sandpipers breed from the Scottish Highlands across Europe and into Asia. They migrate to Africa, southern Asia, and India. Well, they migrate there unless they get off course and land in New England. Chuck is a great photographer, having scored a shot of a rare “Audubon’s” Yellow-rumped Warbler (among other images) during our Vermont Bird Tours trip to Monhegan Island this fall. Check out Chuck’s other images!