July 2, 2017 – Rufous-capped Warbler (Basileuterus rufifrons)
These warblers are found from northwestern Mexico through much of western Central America, into northern South America. They eat mostly insects and spiders, foraging near the ground, often in pairs or small groups. Females lay clutches of two or three eggs in domed nests constructed from plant materials on the ground. The species is occasionally seen as far north as Arizona and Texas in the United States and has been recorded nesting in Arizona.