IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern
A small and secretive bird of shrubby areas of the eastern and southern United States, the White-eyed Vireo is more noticeable for its explosive song than its looks.
Song loud, short, rapid, and harsh, with sharp chips at beginning and end.
Calls a short "zip" and a harsh "mew."
eBird Occurrence Maps, White-eyed Vireo