Jeff Wendorff's bird photography portfolio of vireos from the family, Vireonidae.

Vireo Wiki
The vireos /ˈvɪri.oʊz/ make up a family, Vireonidae, of small to medium-sized passerine birds (mostly) restricted to the New World. "Vireo" is a Latin word referring to a green migratory bird.

Vireos are typically dull-plumaged and greenish in color, the smaller species resembling wood warblers apart from their heavier bills.

Most Vireo species are found in Middle America and northern South America. Thirteen species of true vireos occur farther north, in the United States, Bermuda and Canada; of these all but Hutton's vireo are migratory. Members of the family seldom fly long distances except in migration. They inhabit forest environments, with different species preferring forest canopies, undergrowth, or mangrove swamps.

Vireos in my Portfolio
Greenlets
Golden-fronted Greenlet, Pachysylvia aurantiifrons
Scrub Greenlet, Hylophilus flavipes

Shrike-vireos
Green Shrike-vireo, Vireolanius pulchellus

Vireos
Warbling Vireo, Vireo gilvus
White-eyed Vireo, Vireo griseus

Collective Noun
There are several collective nouns for a group of vireos including call, peal, and tintinabulation.

Photography Workshops and Tours
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Golden-fronted Greenlet in PanamaHunting Green Shrike-vireo in Gamboa PanamaGreen Shrike-vireo in PanamaGreen Shrike-vireo singing on territoryScrub Greenlet in PanamaWarbling Vireo, Vireo gilvusWhite-eyed Vireo, Vireo griseus