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.
And we will continue now with that indigo bunting’s photo. It is a young bird, much less blue than adults.
Our bus continued to trees with many red-legged honeycreepers; like this male.
And this female.
Not far away, a red-legged thrush.
Red-legged thrushes live not only in Cuba, but also in the Bahamas.
And another endemic species: a Cuban oriole.
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Lovely oriole. The Bahamas subspecies is near-extinct, tragically.
All the more tragic, as recently both Cuban and Bahamas orioles were declared to be separate species:
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