what kind of vireos have you seen? what was the most exotic?
next time warblers
Alex A. Marine
Gee....I have never seen a Vireo. How is your paper coming along?
Jean ~ Taylorsville, Georgia
I've had Philadelphia Vireos. I may have had others but the Philadelphia vireos are the only ones I've been able to ID.
Yellow-throated Vireo and White-eyed Vireo; both of these were migrating thru.
Philadelphia Vireo - NW Ohio this year in August.
I have no vices - -Wine,Women and Song are necessities of life!
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it is comeing along quite nicely, it is due in about another month. (long time for a short paper. ithink.
The white-eyed vireo...many years ago ...it liked to eat the caterpillars on our apple trees...it has an interesting song.
Don't think I've ever seen one, if I did I couldn't ID it.
I have seen Cassin's vireo, warbling vireo, and red-eyed vireo. I have gotten pictures of Cassin's and warbling. Here is the warbling vireo.
Hi Amwood, I don't know what those little birds are! I'm getting a nice lesson on em, though!
Dan, great pics!
Amwood, missed you lately. I miss Swordbird, too. Do you want me to start up owls again? No one was supporting it for a long time so I didn't break my back to do it much anymore!
--Marg, Lancaster Co, PA
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