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  1. Yellow-billed Duck

    Yellow-billed Duck

  2. Cuban Parakeet

    Cuban Parakeet

    A cuban endemic parakeet. Green color with red spots in the face and head. Is a threatened specie in Cuba with few populations.
  3. Gundlach's Hawk.jpg

    Gundlach's Hawk.jpg

    Very similar to Cooper Hawk, this Cuban Endemic Hawk is a threatened specie in Cuba due to habitat loss and hunting. A large hawk with large tail.
  4. Fernandina's Flicker

    Fernandina's Flicker

    A Cuban Endemic.
  5. Zapata Wren

    Zapata Wren

    Cuban endemic, restricted to Zapata Swamp.
  6. Cuban Tody.jpg

    Cuban Tody.jpg

    A colorful small bird with a relative big head, long bill and short tail. The genus Todus just occurs in the Caribbean with 5 species distributed in Jamaica, Puerto Rico and Cuba with one specie in each island and La Hispaniola with two species.
  7. Bee-eater.jpg


    The beautiful colors of this bird dance in the wind.
  8. Black Redstart

    Black Redstart

    At first glance I thought he was wearing a black T-shirt :))
  9. Redstart


    Female Blue-fronted Redstart