There is one spot near my home, in a local swamp, that I can find these little beauties. Most times all I get is flash of brilliant yellow. This time a few were around and Ellen was there. She always draws in the ‘little birds’.
These warblers winter in the West Indies, Central America and northern South America, primarily in Mangrove Swamps. They come north to breed and love the deep swamps around me with Cypress Knees (roots).
Ellen will find plenty of these birds in the Four Hole Swamp area (out in the rain right now), me I take the easy way and stick close to home.