This morning I dropped by Spring Hammock Preserve just east of Lake Jesup. There's a path that follows a stream there, and I thought the stream might be good for finding waterthrushes. I ended up finding three Louisiana Waterthrushes along the north side of the trail and a fourth on the south side of the trail. Since I found the fourth on my way back, it's possible that one of the ones I found on my way out just flew across the trail, but I think I found four in all. Other warblers that were there were many singing Northern Parula, one Ovenbird, one Common Yellowthroat, and many Palm and Yellow-rumped Warblers. The photos here are a little grainy since the waterthrush was in the shade, and I had to raise my ISO to 3200 to get a shutterspeed of 1/125 sec.
It was also fun to find a Pileated Woodpecker working on a tree not far from the trail. I got this shot off before it saw me and flew away (unfortunately, I still had my ISO set for watherthrush photos).