I wasn’t expecting to see Warblers at the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary near Naples, Florida but they were there. We saw quite a few varieties in fact, including Black and White Warblers, Palm Warblers, and most often, this one, a Yellow-rumped Warbler. The tangle of vines is illustrative of the area. The dense growth of twigs and vines makes it quite a challenge to get a clean shot of a small bird like this one, especially when they’re hopping from twig to branch to vine. I was glad it stopped for a few seconds at a “Y” in its path.
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I love it Carol. Especially the soft contrasting background. Well done.