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About the Hooded Warbler

The Hooded Warbler can be found across North America, Central America and northern parts of South America. It has an olive / green-brown back and yellow underparts. Males have black hoods which surround their yellow faces, while females have an olive-green cap.

The Hooded Warbler is strongly territorial on its wintering grounds, where males and females each have their distinct habitats. Males prefer mature forest and females live in scrubbier forest and seasonally flooded areas.

Details & Stats

Hatched Added to Birdorable on: 19 February 2009
Scientific Name Wilsonia citrina
  • Passeriformes
  • Parulidae
  • Wilsonia
  • W. citrina
Birdorable Family Warblers & Whatnots
Conservation Status Least Concern
  • Least Concern (LC)
  • Near Threatened (NT)
  • Vulnerable (VU)
  • Endangered (EN)
  • Critically Endangered (CR)
  • Extinct in the Wild (EW)
  • Extinct (EX)
Source: IUCN Red List
(as of 27 September 2017)
Measurements
Units: Imperial Metric
5.25 inches
8 inches
0.4 ounces
Range North America Central America South America United States (West) United States (East)

International Names

  • Lesňáček Kápový (Czech)
  • Hættesanger (Danish)
  • Monnikszanger (Dutch)
  • Huppukerttuli (Finnish)
  • Paruline à Capuchon (French)
  • Kapuzen-Waldsänger (German)
  • Parula dal Cappuccio (Italian)
  • クロズキンアメリカムシクイ (Kurozukin'amerikamushikui) (Japanese)
  • Hetteparula (Norwegian)
  • Wilsonka Zóltolica (Polish)
  • Капюшонная вильсония (Russian)
  • Chipe Careto (Spanish)
  • Kapuschongskogssångare (Swedish)

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