Blue-headed Vireo (Vireo solitarius)
- HABITAT - Blue-headed Vireo is prefers coniferous forests, but will occupy deciduous habitats as well. Blue-headed Vireos breed across much of the northeastern U.S. and southern Canada. They winter in the southeastern U.S. as well as in Mexico and Central America.
- DIET - The Blue-headed Vireo's main diet is insects, spiders and other invertebrates. They are also known to eat fleshy berries and fruit.
- FACTS - Blue-headed Vireos forage amongst the foliage and branches of trees and shrubs, usually mid-level within the forest.
Sometimes they will fly out to catch insects in mid-air.