On this site, you will find many types of birds photographed, as well as pictures and data, targeting birds that have been seen in Cuba. These will include resident, migrants, vagrants and introduced species and some exotic birds.
The Cuban birds are some of the most attractive birds seen in world, such as the multi-coloured warblers, eye-catching buntings, fetching waders and so many others.
Almost all these birds were captured by our cameras, as they hopped from branch to branch, waded through reeds along shorelines, and skulked through tall grasses in the meadows, swam on lakes and on rivers, soared high above in the blue skies, rode wind currents or perched on a lone branch.
With a few noted exceptions, extinct species were photographed in museums and archives, some are from care centres and some exotics in captivity. All other birds were found in their natural habitat.
All birds are listed alphabetically by family, including warblers, thrushes, waterfowls, waders, owls, eagles, hawks to name a few.
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