1. Philadelphia Vireo

Philadelphia Vireo

Philadelphia Vireo
Classification(s) : Prey
Cat Name : Canary
Common Name : Philadelphia Vireo
Scientific Name : Vireo philadelphicus
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

The Philadelphia Vireo has grey-green wings and back, and its cap is grey. This small songbird’s throat is an extremely pale yellow, while its breast is a brighter, yet still relatively light, gold. A streak of black feathers goes through its eye, and it has a superjacent ‘eyebrow’ of white.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 4.3 – 5.1 Inches (11 – 13 Centimeters)
Weight: 0.4 – 0.5 Ounces (11 – 13 Grams)

Behavior :

The Philadelphia Vireo is present in the Clans during the summer, and can be spied either in flight or perched in boughs of a forest as they hunt for insects and fruit, especially among the deciduous aspens, alders, ashes, and birches. They nest among these trees.

Social Organization :

Philadelphia Vireos migrate north to the clans in the summer to breed, then return south during the colder months, but they are solitary creatures for the rest of the time.

Approval Level : None; Philadelphia Vireos can be found in almost any wooded area in the clans during the summer.
Kill Difficulty : Low;

Philadelphia Vireos are small and virtually harmless.

Training Level : Advanced;

These birds are well camouflaged among the leafage of their home, rarely descend to the ground, and take flight at the slightest sign of danger. In addition, they have an alarm call that warns other prey in the vicinity of the the hunting cat.

Hunting Tactic : Songbirds
Food Quality : Medium; The Philadelphia Vireos offer high-quality meat, both nutritious and tasty, if only a very little amount.