Wild NCC

Yellow throated Vireo

(Vireo flavifrons)

Classification: American Songbird

What it looks like: Olive colored head, yellow chest and throat, white belly. Wings have a white stripe on them as well.

Behavior:usually solitary when migrating and during winter, pairs long enough to breed. Forages in the forest.

Size:About the size of a sparrow

Habitat:Mainly woodlands, sometimes seen in urban areas, such as the suburbs.

Song: “CHICK-a-per-weeoo-CHICK” sort of sounds, having an accent on the opening and closing notes.

Diet: Insects, berries, various seeds.

Picture:Taken on NCC