Puerto rican vireo

The Puerto Rican Vireo has a gray head, a white breast and a yellowish belly. The species measures, on average, 12 cm and weighs from 11 to 12 grams .

The Puerto rican vireo is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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Browse: Home / Birds / Puerto Rican Vireo (I can see you…) Puerto Rican Vireo (I can see you…) - By Charlie • May 28, 2009 • 1 comment puerto rican vireoOne of a number of endemic Caribbean vireos (including the Jamaican Vireo V. modestus, Cuban Vireo V. gundlachii, and the Flat-billed Vireo V. More

Puerto Rican Vireos were sam- pled at two sites in 1993 and 1994: Guajataca State Forest located in northwestern Puerto Rico, charac- terized by wet limestone forest; and Gunica State Forest on the southwestern coast, which lies in the rain shadow of the Central Cordillera mountain range and consists of semiarid scrub forest. Jamaican and Blue Mountain vireos were captured at two lo- calities in Jamaica during summer 1995. More

1973-1996, 135 AHY Puerto Rican Vireos were banded as part of the mist-net study, and 42 (31%) were recaptured at least once in a later year. We also studied two birds banded in a separate study in the early 1980s (J. Colon, pers. comm.). Twenty-five of these vireos were recaptured on their territories during the demographic study. Finally, from 1990- 1993, 78 vireos were color-banded as part of the demographic study, and 25 were followed in two or more breeding seasons. More

The Puerto Rican Vireo (Vireo latimeri) is a small true vireo endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico and one of the 31 species belonging to the Vireo genus of the Vireonidae family. Its local name is bien-te-veo ("see-you-well", after the call), not to be confused with the unrelated Bienteveo tyrant flycatcher which is found elsewhere. The Puerto Rican Vireo has a gray head, a white breast and a yellowish belly. The species measures, on average, 12 cm (4. More

Puerto Rican VireoPuerto Rican Vireo (Vireo latimeri) is endemic to the archipelago of Puerto Rico. There has been a decline in its population due to brood parasitism by the Shiny Cowbird (Molothrus bonariensis). Description: The vireo averages 4.72 inches (12 cm) in length and 0.388 - 0.423 oz in weight. It has a gray head, a white breast and a yellowish belly. More

Population declines of the Puerto Rican Vireo in Guanica forest. = Wilson Bulletin | June 1, 1997 | COPYRIGHT 1999 Wilson Ornithological Society. This material is published under license from the publisher through the Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan. All inquiries regarding rights should be directed to the Gale Group. (Hide copyright information) Copyright We have monitored birds in Guanica Forest, Puerto Rico, since 1973, first with a single mist net line (1973-1996), then with multiple lines (1989-1996). More

namus), the Puerto Rican Vireo can be easily identified by its gray head, white breast and yellowish belly and underparts. Typically measuring approximately 4.7 inches (12 centimeters) from head (beak) to tail, it can weigh from 0.39 to 0.42 ounces (11 to 12 grams). V. latimeri was named after George Latimer, a nineteenth century United States Consul to Puerto Rico. Habits: V. More

Flycatcher, Puerto Rican Vireo, Elfin Woods Warbler, Puerto Rican Stripe-headed Tanager, and Puerto Rican Bullfinch, as well as, three endangered Puerto Rican subspecies: Broad-winged Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk, and Plain Pigeon. Also included among the 63 species are five introduced species (Rock Dove, Orange-cheeked Waxbill, Warbling Silverbill, Nutmeg mannikin, and Pin-tailed Whydah) and one breeding migrant (Black-whiskered Vireo). More

Title: POPULATION DECLINES OF THE PUERTO RICAN VIREO IN GUANICA FOREST. Author: FAABORG, JOHN; DUGGER, KATE M.; ARENDT, WAYNE J.;WOODWORTH, BETHANY L.; BALTZ, MICHAEL E. Date: 1997 Source: Wilson Bull., 109(2), , pp. 195-202 Description: Abundance of the Puerto Rican Vireo (Vireo Zutimeri) in Guanica Forest, Puerto Rico, has declined gradually over the period 1973-1996 as determined by constanteffort mist netting. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Vireonidae
Genus : Vireo
Species : latimeri
Authority : Baird, 1866