This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
North Little Rock, Arkansas , British Columbia Reseda, California Trenton, Florida Coatesville, Indiana Georgetown, Indiana Columbia, Kentucky Baton Rouge, Louisiana Provincetown, Massachusetts Golden, Mississippi Laurel, Mississippi Conway, Missouri Marlton, New Jersey Elephant Butte, New Mexico Bay View, Ohio Gold Hill, Oregon Summerville, South Carolina Austin, Texas Eagle Mountain, Texas Euless, Texas Fairchilds, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Magnolia, Texas Nassau Bay, Texas Fredericksburg, Virginia Newport News, Virginia Sterling, Virginia Walkerton, Virginia Kettle Falls, Washington
On May 11, 2009, Cadd56 from Columbia, KY (Zone 6a) wrote:
While I've been fortunate enough to have spotted this species, it's usually during spring migration and very rarely during late fall. It's a very fast moving bird and to capture this with a camera is a feat in itself. They tend to be a singular social type and rarely seen in a group. And can be seen in Coniferous forests in summer; also deciduous forests and thickets in winter. Unlike it's cousin the Golden-Crowned who typically fly in small flocks together.