Photo Credit: Terry Hartley
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga virens
STATUS: Breeder. Common in fall, fairly common in spring and summer, and occasional in winter in Mountain region. In Gulf Coast region, common in spring and fall, and occasional in winter. In Inland Coastal Plain and Tennessee Valley regions, common in fall, and fairly common in spring. Low Conservation Concern.
HABITAT: In breeding season, found in coniferous and deciduous forests. During migration, found in woodlands.