Vermivora cyanoptera

Common Names: Blue-winged warbler
Category: Birds
Sub-category: Wood Warblers

The breeding male Blue-winged Warbler is unmistakable. It is yellow above and below. The wings are gray with two white bars, and there is a black eye stripe. Females are duller, but otherwise similar. These birds feed on insects, and spiders. The song is a series of buzzing notes. The call is a sharp chip.

The breeding habitat is open scrubby areas.

Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.