The blue-headed vireo was at one time called the solitary vireo and was found through out much of North America. However it was determined that there was enough difference between birds from each area to break the solitary vireo into three distinct species. The blue-headed vireo breed in the deciduous and conifer forests of eastern Canada. Since their main food source is insects they migrate south and spend the winter in the southeastern US, Mexico and Central America.
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