Olive Warbler

Olive warbler perched on a branch
Olive warbler. Photo by Matthew Studebaker.
AppearanceOlive warblers are small birds with an orange head, throat, and chest. They have a black eye mask. Most of the body is gray with black wings and white wing bars. The female is more subdued and more yellow vs orange.
Feeder FoodUnlikely to visit a feeder.
HabitatForested areas comprised of coniferous trees.
NestingNests are located very high up in coniferous trees – 30-70′ up placed on the outer branches. They have 3-4 blue-white eggs with brown speckles.

Range Map

Olive warbler range map.
Olive warbler range map. Compliments of The Cornell Lab.