No better way to start off my blog series, then with a posting on Wilson's Warblers. Wilson's are an elusive bird, like many warblers often heard but not seen. Wilson's with their fancy black caps and bright yellow body and wings are a striking species that normally only gives you fleeting glimpses. Typically found in darker, older forests they are notoriously difficult to photograph. On this day i was heading out to a favourite spot that a few days earlier had been full of singing birds, tanagers, flycatchers, warblers, wrens, you name it and they were singing. Funny the difference a day makes, many of the species from a few days earlier must have passed through or settled on territories. The heat and sun definitely quieted things down as well, all except for this one Wilson's warbler.