I did my best, beating round the edge and "squeaking," but startled nothing rarer than a hooded warbler and a cardinal grosbeak.
At a distance it bears much resemblance to the songs of the hooded warbler and the Louisiana water-thrush.
In only one locality, full of azalea and swamp-huckleberry, I am always sure of finding the hooded warbler.
Color, song, habit and temperament combine to make the hooded warbler one of the most attractive members of its family.
The words of Mr. Keyser most aptly describe the habits of the hooded warbler.