Did you know that white-eyed vireos have been around for at least 400,000 years?
White-eyed vireos have grey heads, olive green backs, white throats and bellies, yellow around the eyes, yellow sides, and black on the wings and tails.
Least Concern - Population Increasing
Forests, fields, and pastures
White-eyed vireos make nests on forked branches in shrubbery out of bark, hair, leaves, lichen, moss, rootlets, silk, and spiderweb.
Insects and fruit
White-eyed vireos forage by hopping and grabbing food.
White-eyed vireos are often confused with blue-headed vireos because both are small birds with gray heads.
White-eyed vireos have lighter gray heads and yellow bellies. Blue-headed vireos have white bellies.