What a treat to catch this little bird in the garden! The Prothonotary Warbler, a tiny blast of yellow that is on the decline. This is about the time of year I spy one and it is hard to catch with a camera. Constantly on the move, searching the limbs and leaves for food. The song reminds me of the goldfinch, a little squeaky and sweet string of notes. Next year we may try some boxes and see if we can get some mating pairs at the water's edge, though I think they favor the swamps. Here are shots of the warbler scurrying through a sugar berry tree; it is a busy bird!