Warbling Vireo (Vireo gilvus)

Warbling Vireo
Warbling Vireo - San Bernardino Mountains, CA
© Tom Benson
Warbling Vireo
Warbling Vireo - Morongo Valley, CA
© Tom Benson

The Warbling Vireo is a rare spring and fall migrant on campus in May and from September to October. It is a common migrant throughout southern California and an uncommon breeding bird in oak and riparian woodlands from the mountains to the coast.

High Count: 3, Average Count: 1

The Warbling Vireo can be identified by its gray crown and olive-gray upperparts, pale yellow underparts, grayish eye line and white supercilium (line above the eye).


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