Cuban tody and doves


Cuban tody, 12 March 2017

This photo shows a Cuban tody. We saw this beautiful colourful small bird, endemic to Cuba, on 12 March 2017 in a bush on Cayo Coco island; close to where we had seen the Cuban emerald hummingbirds.

Cuban tody, on 12 March 2017

A greater Antillean grackle and a grey catbird were present as well.

Common ground dove, 12 March 2017

On the other side of the parking lot were doves. Like zenaida doves. And this common ground dove.

Key West quail dove

And this Key West quail dove.

Stay tuned for more Cuban birds on this blog!

2 thoughts on “Cuban tody and doves

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