It’s the Yellow-Throated Warbler’s time of the year around here.
This bird arrives from its wintering grounds in the central to southern United States very early for a warbler species in Kentucky.
In fact, you can start hearing their unique song in late March to early April.
This song is described as teeeew-teeew-teew-tew-tew-tew-twi as it runs down the scale and grows fainter and fainter, ending in an abrupt higher note.
But even if you hear this bird, don’t be surprised if you have trouble finding it in the branches.