Cuban whistling ducks and Cuban emerald hummingbirds


Northern mockingbird, Cuba, 12 March 2017

This photo shows a northern mockingbird which we saw on 12 March 2017 in Cuba.

On 12 March, after we had seen the frigatebirds and Zapata sparrow, we were still at Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo islands off Cuba.

There was also a western spindalis.

And an Oriente warbler.

A bit further, a Cuban black hawk.

And two white ibises.

West Indian whistling ducks

A group of West Indian whistling ducks, resting.

This is a West Indian whistling duck video.

Not far away, a three coloured heron. And a green heron.

Cuban emerald hummingbird, 12 March 2017

Then, we arrived at beautiful flowers. Which attracted beautiful Cuban emerald hummingbirds.

Cuban emerald hummingbird, on 12 March 2017

Cuban emerald hummingbird and palm warbler, 12 March 2017

There was a palm warbler as well.

Cuban emerald hummingbird and palm warbler, on 12 March 2017

Palm warbler, 12 March 2017

Stay tuned!

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