This video is called Cuba Playa Larga 2016.
On Cayo Coco: white ibis (after which the island is named). Black-necked stilts. Short-billed dowitchers. Tricoloured heron. Snowy egret. Flamingos flying.
At a restaurant in central Cuba: Cape May warbler.
There were anolis lizards on the inside of the thatched roof of the restaurant.
At 17:30, we stopped at a place not far from the Zapata peninsula.
The bee hummingbird drank from white flowers. On the branch above it sat a Cuban pewee.
There were also bigger relatives of the bee hummingbird: Cuban emerald hummingbirds, both males and females.
Still bigger: a Cuban oriole.
Stay tuned for more entries about Cuba on this blog!