Most birds are easy enough to track down at the bog, whether I can hear them singing or see them moving around in their favorite habitat, or merely by using my world-class knowledge of the natural world. None of the aforementioned tracking techniques apply to the Yellow Warbler however, nope, I’m convinced that they somehow simply materialize out of thin air and appear before me. Not one time have I ever successfully tracked one down, but here’s a typical encounter: I’m walking along and suddenly become fascinated by the yellowness of something up ahead, Soooo yellow, wait… warbler? Yellow Warbler! And every single time, an extremely patient bird poses nicely while I fumble to get my gear pointed in his general direction and mash down on the shutter button!