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Birds seen in Cuba

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Waterthrushes

In Cuba there are two types of waterthrushes seen, the Northern Waterthrush and the Louisiana Waterthrush. Both species are apt to be migrants, seen on the island as they pass through, spring and fall. The Louisiana Waterthrush which is very similar in size and appearance, nest in the southern regions of Canada to Florida and into Mexico.

Waterthrushes are members of the warbler family. These birds can be found along streams in wooded areas and in forests, hopping from rock to rock, going in and out of the water, searching for food. Known for their habit of always bobbing their tails up and down, as they move about.

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