The Hooded Warbler is a small bird and mid-sized warbler, measuring 13 cm (5.1 in) in length and weighing 9–12 g (0.32–0.42 oz).
It has a plain olive/green-brown back, and yellow underparts. Their outer rectrices have whitish vanes. Males have distinctive black hoods which surround their yellow faces; the female has an olive-green cap which does not extend to the forehead, ears and throat instead.
Males attain their hood at about 9–12 months of age; younger birds are essentially identical to (and easily confused with) females. The song is a series of musical notes which sound like: wheeta wheeta whee-tee-oh, for which a common pneumonic is "The red, the red T-shirt" or "Come to the woods or you won't see me". The call of these birds is a loud chip.
Quoting Jon Blackford
Another quality build! Are you managing to keep all these assembled? I'm guessing you could put together quite an a(bs)viary ;)
Yes they are all still built, well just about I had to borrow a piece or two from a couple of them and a couple are in a few pieces in boxes. The plan is to build 100 of them and then travel the world exhibiting them :-)