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any of various small insectivorous American birds chiefly olive-grey in color

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We detected at least one individual of each species undergoing active molt with exception of the warbling vireo and black-headed grosbeak.
Logistic regression models for glade-early successional focal species (yellow breasted chat, white-eyed vireo, Kentucky warbler, Eastern towhee and blue-winged warbler) all shared a positive relationship with small (0-6.
Bell's vireos and field sparrows tended to nest in younger stems whereas blue grosbeaks, brown thrashers, mourning doves, northern cardinals and northern mockingbirds tended to nest in older stems.
Our study confirms that in the Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Reserve, parasitism by brown-headed and bronzed cowbirds remains low, or even absent, for some species such as the yellow-green vireo and red-breasted chat.
2] and were chosen based on similarity of habitat characteristics and presence of black-capped vireos.
While a positive correlation between invertebrate biomass and occupancy of all insectivorous species would be expected, this finding for only one species in our study is likely due to an alignment between the primary foraging substrate of the red-eyed vireo and the most effective range of our invertebrate sampling method.
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The black-capped vireo (Vireo atricapilla) is an endangered Neotropical songbird that breeds in Oklahoma, Texas, and eastern Mexico and winters exclusively along the Pacific slope of Mexico (Ratzlaff, 1987; Secretaria de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, 2002, 2010).
In short order, we found yellow-throated vireo, ovenbird, and Louisiana waterthrush, and then pushed on to our weirdest stop of the day: the National Zoo.
squamosalis is reduced and also this muscle is not large in many species of Vireo (Orenstein and Barlow, 1981).
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The federally and state endangered least Bell's vireo and the federally threatened coastal California gnatcatcher have been recorded on campus.
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