It was hard to miss this little White-Eyed Vireo this morning. Although the body of the White-Eyed Vireo is no bigger than the palm of my hand, and although this bird was flitting about in dense brush, he made himself known by incessantly scolding me as he hopscotched from branch to branch among the Mimosa leaves.
The greatest challenge was the lighting, as the bird constantly moved from deep shade to bright sunlight. As a result, most of the photos were significantly over or under exposed. Thank goodness for photoshop.