It’s mid-June, which means migration has wound down, and many breeding birds are keeping quiet to evade predators. But one family of birds is still filling the air with song all day long: vireos. Known for sounding like a broken record, some species will sing up to 20,000 times a day! A close listen to their vocalizations and a close look for “spectacles,” eye stripes, wing bars, and plumage color is key to distinguishing these often similar species. Can you identify these vireos?
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