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  1. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    OK, it was almost a year ago now. But I've had a look at photos of mockingbirds online and I still think it was Bahamas. It was streaky and clearly bigger than Tropical and Northern. I don't want to submit the sighting to a rarities committee. I'm on a very old and slow computer at the moment...
  2. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    Thanks Blake and Guy. Here's my final photo of a swift at Topes de Collantes. Again it's nothing special, but I've brightened it up and I think it's clear there's no white on the bird. There were about half a dozen of these swifts in the Topes, near a small cave with a river running through it...
  3. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    Thanks very much for your help Blake. To be honest I didn't look at the Swifts I identified as Chimney Swifts for very long, so I could be wrong. But it seems odd that they should be so rare in Cuba. Don't they migrate through the Caribbean? I'm quite sure about the Mockingbird. I saw...
  4. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    It seems that the appearance of the juvenile Black-cowled Oriole puzzles quite a few people, not just me: http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=134770&highlight=cuban+oriole and http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=82874&highlight=cuban+oriole The field guides (or at least the New...
  5. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    More photos
  6. Arbu

    Cuba 2010

    I have a list of places in the World I would like to visit, and to be honest, Cuba was never on it (!), but a £100 flight on eBay with Virgin to Havana was enough to tempt me into making a trip. So here’s a quick trip report. I did not have time to buy a dedicated field guide before I left so my...
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