While I'm not one of those crazy intense bird watching people, I do enjoy observing the larger soaring birds (local red tails, turkey vultures, bald eagles, osprey, and peregrines, etc.).
Now, this Ozone Warbler is new to me. It does appear to be a larger bird, possibly capable of soaring flight. However, this variety is odd since most warblers are relatively small birds (~ 5" beak to tail). But then, the "Ozone" part of its name may relate to certain environmental conditions that have led to a mutation in the direction of extreme size.
In other situations involving similar increased size mutations, those of us studied in the facts are also aware of the sad truth that the brains of these flying creatures typically remain as small as their ~ 5" cousins. This, then, often leads to the swift extinction of these mutated, over large, species (basically, they're just too stupid to survive). I would not doubt that the Ozone Warbler is likely to meet the same sad fate within not too much time.
Oh, and one more thing. The Ozone Warbler's nest is much too colorful. Rather than concealing the young ones, it is much more likely to attract predators. This behavior clearly puts the next generation of Ozone Warblers seriously at risk.