Sight for White Eyes.
The White-eyed Vireo (Vireo griseus) is a specialist of the southeast, flitting about in secondary deciduous forests scrubs. They're often difficult to put eyes on, since they will often remain buried in the overgrowth. But they can be heard, with their loud, exuberant, and brief songs. While only the male sings on breeding grounds, both ladies and gents will sing as they winter.
Interestingly, in Bermuda, White-eyed Vireos are known as "chick-of-the-village," which is a pretty fair representation of its song.
Canon 5D IV, 400 ƒ/4 DO IS II, 1.4x TC III
560mm, ƒ/5.6, 1/400 sec, ISO 4000