First year bird who made the migration from the United Stated or Canada to the Colombian Andes. Although I have never seen this species in my home state of Florida, I see them in great numbers in all parts of the Andes. That gives me hope that some of other of the rares warblers might still be doing ok. I.e., just because I haven't seen them in Florida doesn't mean that they aren't doing ok. The Connecticut, Cerulean and Golden-winged in particular.
Anguilla,Antigua and Barbuda,Bahamas,Barbados,Belize,Bermuda,Bolivia,British Virgin Islands,Canada,Cayman Islands, Colombia,Costa Rica,Cuba,Dominica,Dominican Republic,Ecuador - mainland,El Salvador,Grenada,Guatemala,Haiti, Honduras,Jamaica,Mexico,Montserrat,Netherlands Antilles,Nicaragua,Panama,Peru,Puerto Rico,Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia,Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,Trinidad and Tobago,Turks and Caicos Islands,United States - mainland,Venezuela,Virgin Islands,