Orange-crowned Warbler perched on twig. The songbird is usually a muted gray to olive-green.
Orange-crowned Warbler sitting on a branch, singing. Some of these songbirds will collect in “song neighborhoods” made of two to six males who mimic the songs of each other.
Orange-Crowned Warbler on branch
An Orange-crowned Warbler is perched on a branch. Ashbridges Bay Park, Toronto, Canada. These warblers are migratory birds, starting in the spring at an earlier time than other species.
Orange-Crowned Warbler in water
Orange-crowned warbler (Leiothlypis celata), Texas, USA. The typical habitat of this warbler is shrubby thickets or thick woodlands.