My son took every one of these awesome shots. I still can't find a warbler unless it lands on my head. But isn't this a beauty!
The 5 inch Yellow Warbler is the most common and familiar warbler in the US, which makes it quite astonishing that I can never find one on my own.
Yellow Warblers can be found in shrubby areas, usually near water. They arrive in their breeding range in late spring – generally about April/May – and move to winter quarters again starting as early as July, as soon as the young are fledged.
The Yellow Warbler's song is a musical "sweet, sweet, sweet, sweeter than sweet."