Cuban oriole and red-legged honeycreepers, 6 March


This video from Cuba says about itself:

9 September 2011

Waterfall and Orchidarium (botanical garden) in the province of Pinar del Rio.

Still after our first blog post about 6 March 2017, on that day in western Cuba.

The earlier blog post ended about an indigo bunting at Las Terrazas.

Indigo bunting 6 March 2017

And we will continue now with that indigo bunting’s photo. It is a young bird, much less blue than adults.

Red-legged honeycreeper male, 6 March 2017

Our bus continued to trees with many red-legged honeycreepers; like this male.

Red-legged honeycreeper female, 6 March 2017

And this female.

Red-legged thrush, 6 March 2017

Not far away, a red-legged thrush.

Red-legged thrush, on 6 March 2017

Red-legged thrushes live not only in Cuba, but also in the Bahamas.

Cuban oriole, 6 March 2017

And another endemic species: a Cuban oriole.

Stay tuned!

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