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Red Birds

Oiseaux rouges

Birds seen in Cuba

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A male Sarclet Tanager feeding
on cherries at the Houston Audubon Society Boyscout State Park, High Island, Texas, USA

Red birds in Cuba are found in many different bird groups. Such as the Cuban Trogon and the Scarlet Tanager, who can be found in the forests

Below is a list of red coloured birds, some mostly red coloured and others who are partially covered, some of these birds are common, while others are sought after. It is interesting to note that most of the red birds seen are males species of that bird type, whereas the females of the same species may be an orange, brown, green or other. The reasons for this is to protect the female birds, while they are sitting on their nest and rearing their young.

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Classic Collection of North American Birds