From a study of the manual I set him down as probably the white-eyed vireo,—a conjecture which further investigation confirmed.
Nature has done an odd thing in making the white-eyed vireo.
Resemble those of the white-eyed vireo, but less harsh, song less emphatic.
While I am on the subject of marriage I may as well mention the white-eyed vireo.
Still keeping among the unrecognized, the white-eyed vireo, or fly-catcher, deserves particular mention.
Said to be slightly smaller and grayer than the common white-eyed vireo.
Why does every red-eyed vireo sing in one way, and every white-eyed vireo in another?
"Pertest of songsters," the white-eyed vireo makes whatever neighborhood it enters lively at once.
The white-eyed vireo (Vireo griseus), gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea), and tufted titmouse, frequent the oak thickets.
The white-eyed vireo was singing from a perch 30 feet high in a dead elm, when the unidentified passerine landed 10 feet distant.