The lively songs of Hooded Warblers ring out from the pawpaw and spicebush thickets in forests of the southeastern United States, where the species is currently quite common. Audubon's climate model predicts a less favorable future, though, with a 63 percent loss in current summer range by 2080. This could be due to a drier-predicted climate for much of the eastern U.S., since this species likes things rather wet. Summer climate space for this species could move north into Canada, but it remains to be seen if the habitats needed by this species will follow suit. Hooded Warblers winter in the rainforests of Central America, so the model doesn’t tell us about how they will fare in the cooler months.