This is just about the opposite of yesterday's bird. There are 54 types of warblers (two pelicans) in the USA. A warbler is usually less than 2 oz, and a few inches of wingspan. Our Brown Pelican is over 8 pounds and has an 80 inch wingspan. But these are really beautiful birds with fabulous songs -and they don't smell like fish. I just am not very good at identification and especially not in the winter colors. I think this is a Myrtle or Yellow-Rump Warbler, I just hope it is something more exotic. Anyone know? Actually it is the Yellow-Rump. So wanted it to be a more rare Florida bird. Best photo I ever had of one at least.