Palm Warblers have arrived in force here over the last few weeks. Some of my favorite birding places are now seemingly overrun with them. They are pretty birds, so I try not to get annoyed with this--after all, it's not their fault that I have to look through about ten of these to find any other species. Thankfully, these warblers are also one of the easiest to identify with their yellow under tail coverts and tail-wagging. An eye-stripe and two white spots on an otherwise dark tail can also help. I often do not need my binoculars to say, "just another Palm Warbler."