Red-legged thrush (Turdus plumbeus). This is a very common Caribbean bird. I didn’t know that when I saw this first one, on a roof across from the Hotel Ambos Mundos, where we were staying in Havana.
A nice collection of red-legged honeycreepers (Cyanerpes cyaneus) in Vinales National Park. The males have the blue heads; females are olive green.
Cuban grassquit, female (Phonipara canora). Cuban endemic.
0135 – Cuban grassquit, male (Phonipara canora). Cuban endemic. Both of these were taken at a farm that seems to attract both Cuban and yellow-faced grassquits.Yellow-faced (Tiaris olivaceus) and Cuban grassquits.
And reader Tom Tezlaff would like an ID of this insect (I don’t have the location info):