Olive Warbler on Mount Graham...see GPS.
In years past, the Olive Warbler has always been a pain in the rear to get good photos of, at least for me. They always seem to forage within the canopy of Pine Trees in the higher elevations of "sky islands" of the southwest. But this striking male was kind enough to pose for me during our visit near the top of Mount Graham in southeast Arizona on 4/15/18. Mount Graham reaches an astonishing 10,724 feet. It's a huge contrast from the arid desert that surrounds it. Btw, scientifically, this species of bird is in a family all on its own now. I'm not even sure if its considered a warbler at all anymore! Taken with Nikon d500 w/Nikon 200-500 zoom lens, f5.6, 1.400s, handheld.