Here's a Warbling Vireo in my yard in Spalding County Oct, 2006.
Warbling Vireos are a rare if not very rare migrant in GA. I remember hearing a few years ago that one had
never even been photographed in GA which is surprising, especially if still true.
There are no breeding records. However, I did have a bird in Rabun County (GA mountains) in June of 2002 and
July of 2003 which would be the first reports of the bird occuring in summer.
I live too far away to bird the mountains, but I'm sure a few summer in north GA.
I usually only see a couple migrating a year. This is the second one I've had in the yard. I had one this
spring at the Conyers Horse Park. That and the Chattahoochee River Cochran Shoals Unit would be two of the better
locations to check for this species.