Warbling Vireo Images and Information:
- Warbling Vireos are small songbirds with gray to olive-gray upper parts, white to cream underparts and some may have sides washed with light yellow. They have dark brown eyes with white to light eyebrows and faint dark eye lines.
- Warbling Vireos are migratory and they have a wide breeding range.
- The preferred habitats of Warbling Vireos include open woodlands, riparian habitats, shades trees and isolated groves.
- Warbling Vireos consume spiders, insects and some berries.
- Warbling Vireos lay 3 to 5 eggs which hatch in about 12 days. Both sexes incubate and they are monogamous.
- Warbling Vireos were called Warbling Greenlets and Eastern Warbling Vireos in the past.
- A group of vireos can be called a “call” of vireos.
- Populations are in decline because of sprayed pesticides.
- Warbling Vireos can live to be 13 years of age or older.
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