Today's new Birdorable is a New World songbird. Look-up, over here, see me, up here, it's the Red-eyed Vireo! That funny introduction above refers to a common mnemonic, or memory aid, to help birders remember the repetitive song of the Red-eyed Vireo.... Read more »
About the Red-eyed Vireo
Red-eyed Vireos breed in forest habitat. Females are the nest-builders, putting together an open cup nest made of twigs and other material, often held together with spider webs.
The longevity record held by Red-eyed Vireos belongs to a male individual who lived to be at least 12 years old, based on data collected by bird banders.
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