Today we’re adding a species found across a wide range in the eastern United States: the White-eyed Vireo! White-eyed Vireos are found in scrubby forest habitat. They are migratory, with their winter range extending down into Central America and the Caribbean. They eat... Read more »
About the White-eyed Vireo
Also known as: White-eyed Greenlet
White-eyed Vireos have a distinctive song. A couple of funny mnemonics used to remember their song are “quick, give me a rain check” or “Spit and see if I care! Spit!”.
White-eyed Vireos don’t achieve their namesake eye shade until they reach maturity, late in the fall of their first year. Prior to that time, the eyes are a dark, brownish color.
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White-eyed Vireo Photos