Wildlife photography is, among other things, putting yourself in the place with the most potential.
Often you can be in the right spot but at the wrong time. Or the wrong spot at the right time. The right time means not just time of day, but time of the year depending on the species you are looking for.
But, sometimes, just sometimes, you are in the right spot at the right time.
Such was the case yesterday at Sweetwater Wetlands.
I'll show some photos over the next couple of days, starting today with the uncommon (to Arizona) Northern Parula, a beautiful little warbler that loves cottonwood trees: