Hooded Warbler

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.

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Details & Statistics

Added to Birdorable
Hatched on 19 February 2009
Scientific Name
Wilsonia citrina
  • Passeriformes
  • Parulidae
  • Wilsonia
  • W. citrina
Birdorable Family
Conservation Status
Least Concern (as of 27 November 2017)
LC
  • Least Concern (LC)
  • Near Threatened (NT)
  • Vulnerable (VU)
  • Endangered (EN)
  • Critically Endangered (CR)
  • Extinct in the Wild (EW)
  • Extinct (EX)
Source: IUCN Red List
Measurements
Units: Imperial / Metric
5.25 inches
8 inches
0.4 ounces

Range

International Names

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