At A Glance
The locations in the badges are the biomes where we’ve met them (and where we think you’ll be most likely to come across them). That doesn’t mean they don’t hang out in other places.
Species of Vireos
Species in North Louisiana in Spring
By The Numbers
Learn more about birds in North Louisiana.
Species in North Louisiana in Winter
Species in North Louisianan in Summer
Species in North Louisiana in Fall
Blue-headed vireos come to North Louisiana in the winter, where they hang out in forests and yards. You're most likely to meet this vireo at forest edges and meadows near lakes.
Red-eyed vireos are common members of the North Louisiana bird community during the spring, summer, and early fall. You're most likely to meet them in a forest or your yard.
White-eyed vireos live in North Louisiana during the spring, summer, and fall months. You're most likely to meet them in bushes near water.
Philadelphia vireos pass through North Louisiana during spring and fall migration. During that time, you're most likely to meet them in your yard or in the forest. They'll likely be foraging in oak trees.
Warbling vireos hang out in North Louisiana in the warm spring, summer, and fall months. You're most likely to meet them where meadows meet the edge of the forest or in your yard.
Visit Our Wildlife
Explore North Louisiana's Outdoors.
Learn about birds found throughout North Louisiana's national wildlife refuges, Kisatchie National Forest ranger districts, state wildlife management areas, and state parks.