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Philadelphia Vireo
2008-05-05 23:17:20

The Philadelphia Vireo (Vireo philadelphicus), is a small songbird found on edges of deciduous and mixed woods across Canada. They migrate to Mexico and Central America. Although they are named Philadelphia Vireo, this bird does not occur in Philadelphia, except during migration. Adults are mainly olive-brown on the upperparts with yellow underparts; they have dark eyes and a grey crown....

Yellow-throated Vireo
2008-05-05 23:14:05

The Yellow-throated Vireo (Vireo flavifrons), is a small American songbird. Their breeding habitat is open deciduous woods in southern Canada and the eastern United States. They migrate to deep southern United States, Mexico and Central America. Adults are mainly olive on the head and upperparts with a yellow throat and white belly; they have dark eyes with yellow "spectacles". The tail and...

Warbling Vireo
2006-03-31 11:57:45

The Warbling Vireo (Vireo gilvus) is a small songbird found throughout most of North America, from Alaska to Mexico. In winter, this species migrates to Mexico and Central America Adults are mainly olive-grey on the head and upperparts with white underparts; they have brown eyes and the front of the face is light. There is a white stripe just over the eyes. They have thick blue-grey legs and...

Blue-headed Vireo
2006-03-31 11:49:24

The Blue-headed Vireo (Vireo solitarius) is a small songbird found in open mixed deciduous and coniferous woods throughout Canada east of the Rockies and the northeastern United States. In winter these birds migrate to the southern United States south to Central America. Adults typically have olive upperparts, white underparts, yellowish flanks and white wing bars. Their head is grey with...

Black-capped Vireo
2006-03-31 11:38:57

The Black-capped Vireo (Vireo atricapillus) is a small songbird native to the United States and Mexico. It has been listed as an endangered species in the United States since 1987 and the IUCN classifies this species as vulnerable. The Black-capped Vireo averages 4.5 inches (12 cm) in length. Males have olive green plumage above and white below with faint yellow flanks. The crown and upper...

White-eyed Vireo
2006-03-25 11:40:07

The White-eyed Vireo (Vireo griseus) is a small songbird that breeds in the southeastern USA from New Jersey west to northern Missouri and south to Texas and Florida, as well as in eastern Mexico, Central America, Cuba and the Bahamas. Populations on the US Gulf coast and further south are resident, but most North American birds migrate south in winter. This species frequents bushes and...

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  • The parings of haberdine; also, any kind of fragments.
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