I’d love to have a correct ID if you know! 😊 I can’t recall if this bird was a tail-bobber, which is a very common identifier for Palm Warblers (eBird), and I think its yellow coloring may have been dulled by the shadows.
Palm Warblers are one of our most frequently seen winter visitors here in southeast Florida. They arrive early and stay late, and are delightfully common at this time of year.
As for the rest of the year, “The great boreal forest [of Canada], often called ‘North America’s bird nursery,’ is the summer home to billions of migratory birds and an estimated 98% of all Palm Warblers” (All About Birds).