A male Common Yellowthroat (Geothlypis trichas). These little ones seam to be all over the place no mater were I go. They are in almost all of North America along with the Yellow Warbler as well according to the Stokes Field Guide. They love dense brushy areas near wet locations. This one was up in the Cannonsville Reservoir area of Deposit NY, but I can easily find them in my back yard or the family farm property 10 miles away. This images was taken on 5-7-15.