- Deroptyus accipitrinus
- Parrots & Parakeets
The Red-faced Warbler is a species of New World warbler that lives in mountainous regions of Mexico and Central America, and into parts of Arizona and New Mexico in the United States. They prefer a coniferous or pine and oak forest habitat.
Red-faced Warblers are fairly colorful little birds, named for the bright red face feathers. Males and females look alike for the most part, though females tend to be duller.
|Hatched||Added to Birdorable on: 03 December 2012|
|Scientific Name||Cardellina rubrifrons|
|Birdorable Family||Warblers & Whatnots|
(as of 28 November 2016)
.3 to .4 ounces
|Range||North America Central America South America United States (West)|