Hooded Warbler - Wilsonia citrina
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The Hooded Warbler breeds in southern Canada and the eastern U.S. It winters in Central America. They eat insects that they find on low vegetation or they catch insects while flying. The nests of Hooded Warblers are often the victims of brood parasitism by the Brown-headed Cowbird.