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  1. in general appearance is the white-eyed vireo (V. griseus). In Bermuda, where it is common, it is known as “chick-of-the-village,” a moniker that repeats its snappy, distinctive song. The cheerful warbled song of the warbling vireo (V. gilvus) is a common sound in open woods throughout the.
  2. The vireos / ˈ v ɪr i oʊ z / make up a family, Vireonidae, of small to medium-sized passerine birds found in the New World (Canada to Argentina, including Bermuda and the West Indies) and Southeast Asia. "Vireo" is a Latin word referring to a green migratory bird, perhaps the female golden oriole, possibly the European alternative.tegesharnuazar.infoinfo: Aves.
  3. Oct 06,  · The White-eyed Vireo is olive-grey above and white below, with pale yellow sides and flanks; two white wing bars, and well-defined yellow spectacles (the combination of an eye ring and a supraloral line that contrast with the rest of the face). The distinctive white iris is visible at close range.
  4. Thickets and scrubby areas seem to vibrate with the spunky song of the White-eyed Vireo every summer in the southeastern United States. From the depths of a thicket, a yellow-spectacled bird peers through, its white eye gleaming and its yellow sides shining. It forages in the understory often out of sight, but sings nearly all day to let you know it's there. It spends the winter along the.
  5. Species: The White-eyed Vireo (Vireo griseus) is one of the smaller members of the vireo family seen in North America. Known for its loud outburst of songs from thickets, this mostly southern bird prefers bushy bramble-type habitat for its home.
  6. A ll bird sounds on this page are taken from the audio cassette tape “Sounds of Florida’s Birds,” copyright , by J. W. Hardy, curator emeritus in ornithology and bioacoustics at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Listen to Dr. Hardy’s introduction.
  7. Black-whiskered Vireo (Vireo altiloquus) - breeds in southern Florida, USA, and the West Indies, as far south as the offshore islands of Venezuela. It is a partial migrant, with northern birds wintering from the Greater Antilles to northern South America.

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