This 2014 video is called Birds of Cayo Coco.
At 8:51, a northern crested caracara flying.
And an Oriente warbler, the third Cuba endemic species within a few minutes.
In the shallow sea, roseate spoonbills.
We arrive near the lighthouse.
We see one driving a northern mockingbird, a related, more common species in Cuba, away from the top of a bush.
The northern mockingbird retreated to the top of a wall.
Greater Antillean grackles were present.
Offshore, magnificent frigatebirds flying.
Two American oystercatchers on the shore.
A brown pelican on a pole in the sea.
A laughing gull on another pole.
We continued. So, stay tuned!