Birds of Cuba, Vagrant Visitors, Introduced Birds and Possibilities
Lives, Habitats & Pictures of the Munias
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There are at least three types of munias that have been reported seen in Cuba. These small sturdy finch-like birds
can be found along grassy areas, bordering wooded lots. They are attracted by a variety of seeds at birdfeeders.
These are the Chestnut Munia, Scaly-breasted Munia and the Tricolored Munia. Some are more popular
on other Caribbean Islands than Cuba. Such is the case with the Chestnut Munia, which is a native bird from Jamaica, others are
introduced birds that have been able to establish themselves.
Click on the bird names listed below to see pictures of Munias seen in Cuba