The Nashville Warbler is a small songbird in the warbler family. They have olive-brown upperparts with yellow underparts. They also have white eyerings. The breed in Canada and in parts of the United States; they winter in Texas, Mexico and Central America.
Nashville Warblers feed on insects and larvae gleaned from leaves and branches. They are ground nesters with a typical clutch size of three to six eggs.
The Nashville Warbler was named in 1811 by ornithologist Alexander Wilson, who first recorded the bird for science. Although the bird was 'discovered' by Wilson in Nashville, Tennessee, the bird is only found there during migration.