On this page are flycatchers, warblers, and a kinglet.
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A flycatcher at the top of the branch.
A great-crested flycatcher.
Another view of the same great-crested flycatcher displaying its very yellow belly.
Eastern phoebes are part of the flycatcher family.
The backside of an Eastern phoebe.
Palm warbler with its spring rust-colored cap.
This male northern parula looks like it is wearing a facemask and hood. This bird is part of the warbler family.
Blackpoll warblers migrate northward through Florida in mid May. This is a male with its black and white head.
Female blackpoll warblers tend to blend in with the branches.
Another yellow-bellied warbler.
A female yellow-rumped warbler.
Her natural coloring looks like someone dropped some paint on her back.
A different view of the same warbler from the prior image.
She has yellow patches on her breast as well as her back.
A male eastern bluebird and a yellow-rumped warbler. Warblers are small birds.
The ruby-crowned kinglet is even smaller than a warbler.
The red crown of this bird is hardly noticeable amid the olive-colored feathers.
The bird flashed its red feathers in a place that was nearly out of my camera's range.
Not great images, but they give an idea of the location of the red feathers.
All photos © S. M. Garver