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.
DietInsects.
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.