The Blue-winged Warbler is a beautiful species of North American warbler that breeds across parts of the eastern United States. These migratory gems fly south for the winter, spending the colder months in the Caribbean and Central America.
Blue-winged Warblers are named for the bluish-grey feathers on their wings. Breeding males have a stylish black mask line across the eyes.
The Blue-winged Warbler global population is on a slowly decreasing trend, but the conservation status of the species remains Least Concern as of July 2013.