Category Archives: Cuba

Red-legged Thrush

Passeriformes #2

Place: Villa El Salton, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Dates: 30 April 2011.


[Turdus plumbeus, Family Turdidae, Order Passeriformes, Wikipedia Entry: Red-legged thrush]

The sound of the red-legged thrush (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Andrew Spencer)

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Wilson’s Plover

Charadriiformes

Place: Cayo Levisa, Cuba
Dates: 5 May 2011.


[Charadrius wilsonia, Family Charadriidae, Order Charadriiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Wilson’s plover]

The sound of Wilson’s plover (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Micah Riegner)

Young Brown Pelican

Pelecaniformes

Place: Vinales, Cuba
Date: 5 May 2011.






[Pelecanus occidentalis, Family Pelecanidae, Order Pelecaniformes, Wikipedia Entry: Brown pelican]

The sound of the brown pelican (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Thore Noernberg)

Cuban Emerald Hummingbird

Apodiformes

Place: Topes de Collantes, Cuba
Date: 28 April 2011.


[Chlorostilbon ricordii, Family Trochilidae, Order Apodiformes, Wikipedia Entry: Cuban emerald]

The sound of the Cuban emerald hummingbird (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Jon King)

Loggerhead Kingbird

Passeriformes #1

Place: Topes de Collantes, Cuba
Date: 28 April 2011.


[Tyrannus caudifasciatus, Family Tyrannidae, Order Passeriformes, Wikipedia Entry: Loggerhead kingbird]

The sound of the loggerhead kingbird (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Hans Matheve)

West Indian Woodpecker

Piciformes

Place: Topes de Collantes, Cuba
Date: 28 April 2011.


Place: Orchid gardens of Soroa, Cuba
Date: 4 May 2011.


[Melanerpes superciliaris, Family Picidae, Order Piciformes, Wikipedia Entry: West Indian woodpecker]

The sound of the West Indian woodpecker (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Hans Matheve)

Greater Antillean Grackle

Passeriformes #2

Place: Vinales, Cuba
Date: 5 May 2011.






[Quiscalus niger, Family Icteridae, Order Passeriformes, Wikipedia Entry: Greater Antillean grackle]

The sound of the greater Antillean grackle (borrowed from the Xeno-Canto website, recordist Hans Matheve)