Slate-throated Whitestart, Myioborus miniatus, in Oaxaca, MX. New World Warbler. The most widespread species in the genus Myioborus: N MX to south to N Bolivia. It is a species which shows a high degree of geographic variation
The Northern Waterthrush (Parkesia noveboracensis) is one of the larger New World warblers. It breeds in the northern part of North America in Canada and the northern United States including Alaska. This bird is migratory, wintering in Central America, the West Indies and Florida, as well as in Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador. It is a very rare vagrant to other South American countries and to western Europe.
Collared Whitestart - or collared redstart is a tropical New World warbler endemic to the mountains of Costa Rica and western Panama. Like other members of Myioborus, it is often called a "whitestart" rather than a "redstart".
Swainson's Warbler (Limnothlypis swainsonii) is a small species of New World warbler. Swainson's Warblers are uncommon, mostly found in flooded swamplands and canebrakes of the south-eastern United States. More rarely, they will also occur in rhododendron thickets in the southern Appalachian mountains.