Magee Marsh in Ohio on Lake Erie is a treasure. When the warblers are passing through on their annual migration, the numbers and species there at any one time vary considerably. Birders and photographers crowd the boardwalks to capture a glimpse or get a shot. The dense thicket of trees and shrubs surrounding the boardwalk make it a challenge to see the birds clearly without them being obscured by twigs and leaves. This year, no one will get to watch this incredible migration at Maggie Marsh. But, I was there last year. This is a Northern Parula perched on a small branch in the open. Taken with Nikon D500, Nikkor 500mm PF, Nikon TC 14EIII.