There were more warblers up at the Convention Center taking advantage of the water feature. This Blackburnian Warbler came in several times to bathe.
As did this Bay-breasted. I don't see very many of these so it's always a treat.
I Have a tough time getting good photos of Yellow Warblers. It's hard to pick up any reflection in the eye but I got it this time.
We would appreciate Nashville Warblers more if they weren't so common.
Meanwhile, more warblers were hanging out in the row of trees behind the Convention Center. Here's my first Magnolia Warbler of the season.
My first Chestnut-sided Warbler was not so cooperative.
There were two Black-throated Green Warblers but I didn't get the pretty male.
Back at the water feature there were a couple of Tennessee Warblers.
And a Common Yellowthroat.
This had to be the most photogenic Ovenbird I have ever encountered.
Seems like the few Palm Warblers we get are always walking around in the grass and hard to see clearly.
Don't forget the perky Black-and-white Warbler.
I ran back up to Sheepshead later in the afternoon and got luck with a MacGillivray's Warbler.
And an early Mourning Warbler.