Warblers are active little songsters whose plumages include dramatic combinations of blues, yellows, chestnut, orange, gray, and rich greens. Songs vary from sweet, melodic warbles to emphatic, buzzy trills. Their short, thin bills and relatively short wings make them efficient at catching insects, their primary food. Warblers occur in virtually all habitats throughout North America, from dry shrubby fields to wet, bottomland forests. To view warbler images, listen to their songs, and learn more about their distribution, use the pull-down menu (below) to select a warbler, and click on the go button.