Green Cay was, like other parks reported throughout S. Florida, very dense with migrating or wintering species - dozens to hundreds of birds filling most of the tree canopies and stands through the park. Lots of species spotted, some in big numbers, others just one or two...lots of regulars were there morning through noon sharing spots and IDs. Included were: red-eyed vireo, white eyed vireo, prairie warbler, black and white warbler, black-throated blue warbler, yellow-throated warbler, common yellowthroat, magnolia warbler, summer tanager, ovenbird, swainson's warbler, great crested flycatcher.
I had one bird I couldn't identify - a small bird that appeared to be a flycatcher - I'm not too familiar with them, and of the birds with flycatcher in their name, I have only seen a LaSagra's and a great crested. I tried looking this one up, but can't quite figure - it seems to be closest to either least flycatcher or acadian flycatcher. Both would be new to me. Can anyone ID the attached photos?