- Habitat: Sighted this one on a leafy dry wooded hillside.
- Behavior: This Worm-eating Warbler sits still for long periods of time making it almost impossible to spot.
- Feeding Behavior: Forages in trees and shrubs. Probes for insects and searches on bark of trunks and limbs. Prefers the small larvae of moths.
- Description: Plain brownish, strong black stripes on its buff head; plain olive-brown on back, wings. Sexes look alike.
- Voice, Songs & Calls: Song like that of Chipping Sparrow, but faster, buzzy, and more insect-like.