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White-eyed Vireo       Vireo griscus

The breeding range of the White-eyed Vireo extends from Nebraska to Massachusetts, south to eastern Mexico and throughout Florida.  It winters from the southern Gulf coast to Central America and from coastal North Carolina, the Bahamas, and Bermuda to the Caribbean.

This species is a permanent resident of Florida.  It is a common and widespread breeding species throughout Florida.  During migration, large numbers can be found within the state.  Peak migration periods occur in March-April and September-October.