Warbling Vireo (Vireo gilvus)
- HABITAT - The Warbling Vireo's typical habitat is open deciduous or shrubby mixed woodlands, especially where large trees are present. They prefer small patches and edges of woodlands, including logged areas, rural woodlots, and parks. They breed throughout most of the United States as well as southeastern Canada and Western Canada. Winters are spent in Mexico and northern Central America.
- DIET - In summer Warbling Vireos feed mainly on insects and spiders, but will resort to berries in the fall and winter.
- FACTS - Warbling Vireos spend most of their time in the treetops of deciduous woods. Males are highly territorial and spend much of their time during the breeding season singing.
- Although they are among the dullest of vireos, lacking wing bars and spectacles, they do have a beautiful soft look to them.