Why does every red-eyed vireo sing in one way, and every white-eyed vireo in another?
More common in my region than the jay or the cardinal is the red-eyed vireo.
Lawrence (1953:62) observed this behavior at two red-eyed vireo nests in conifers.
Like the red-eyed vireo but with a dusky streak on either side of the chin.
Brooding decreases notably on the sixth day of nestling life in the red-eyed vireo (Lawrence, 1953:62).
In the red-eyed vireo, only the female regularly incubates, and courtship feeding is definitely functional.
The bird is a very persistent singer rivaling the red-eyed vireo in this respect.
It has been seen to remove an egg from the nest of the red-eyed vireo in order to place one of its own in its place.
The red-eyed vireo has been uncommonly reported from eastern Coahuila.
Down stream a red-eyed vireo preaches persistently in an elm top.