Range. - Eastern North America, breeding in the northern half of its United States range and in the southern British Provinces.
The Veery is very abundantly distributed in woodland, either moist or dry, and nests on the ground or within a very few inches of it, usually placing its structures of woven bark strips and grasses, in the midst of a clump of sprouts or ferns. The three or four eggs which they lay in May or June are bluish green, much darker than those of the Wood Thrush, and nearly the color of those of the Catbird. Size .90 x .65.
Range. - Rocky Mountain region, north to-British Columbia.
The nests and eggs of this similar bird do not differ from those of the last.