Perhaps a lesser known migrant trap is Magee Marsh in Ohio. Magee Marsh is on the south side of Lake Erie directly south of Point Pelee. Magee is a location that many migrants stop and refuel before heading across the lake. Like Pelee, Magee Marsh is a wonderful place to see and photograph north bound migrants.
This Cape May Warbler was photographed in mid May as a wave of mixed warblers passed through Magee Marsh. The morning I photographed this bird I also photographed a dozen other warbler species. Warbler fall-outs are an amazing event to encounter as warblers and other migrants seem to be everywhere. I have often seen trees and bushes with a half dozen different species of warblers at one time.
If you have not experienced such an event, you can. Plan a bird watching, or better yet, a bird photography trip to Magee Marsh or Point Pelee. Plan on a week or ten day trip between the second and fourth week of May. You might get lucky and find yourself in the midst of a Warbler fallout.