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The white-eyed vireo (Vireo griseus) eyes have white irises, and are surrounded by yellow spectacles. Often buried in dense shrubbery, it is more often heard than seen. Monogamous birds, white-eyed vireos are year-round residents from northeastern Mexico along the Gulf Coast to South Carolina, including throughout Florida.
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