Curtis, FYI- this is not a Winter Wren- it is a House Wren.
On a serious note (yes that is possible), an interesting subcontext to this whole contest has been that Curtis and I are battling in the yard life list contest as well. He moved into his house prior to spring migration last year, while I moved into mine in early July, so he has had a lead of 5-10 birds throughout the last 6 months or so. However, as he knows, the tide is likely to turn once the spring migrants hit (like....now!). That lead has now whittled down to 4 birds with the addition of FOSP. Once the Parulidae hit it will likely be no looking back (does this sound overconfident?) as I am still missing Pine, Palm, Bay-breasted, Orange-crowned, Parula, Mourning, Blue-winged, Golden-winged, YELLOW!, Chestnut-sided, Blackburnian, both waterthrush, Connecticut, YELLOWTHROAT, Canada, Hooded, and Bachman's.
Speaking of this, here is my yard warbler list (current house only). Laugh now Curtis, laugh until mid May, my friend.
2) Black-throated Green
4) Black-throated Blue
10) American Redstart
11) Cape May