One of the most beautiful displays of spring is the passage of the bright and brilliant wood warblers on their flight to their breeding grounds in the north. Their dazzling array of colors is all around us for a few weeks in May, as they stop in for a snack to fuel up for the rest of their journey. Yet, as showy as they are they can be easy to miss if you don’t know where and when to find them. We will learn how to locate these special visitors and to become better observers through learning about their habitat, behavior, songs, as well identifying species through visual characteristics. Bring binoculars.