|Vireo huttoni||Order: Passeriformes||Family: Vireonidae (Vireos, Shrike-Babblers, and Erpornis)|
This unusual bird is one of the only vireos that doesn’t migrate; it’s found in both its Pacific coastal range and its inland range from Southeastern Arizona through Mexico year-round. It resembles a slightly oversized Ruby-crowned Kinglet except for its relatively heavy, hooked bill. It’s mostly found in coniferous, evergreen oak, and mixed woodlands; it tends to forage for insects fairly high in the trees. Its song is simple and non-varying; Hutton’s Vireos make up in persistence what they lack in tonal quality.