Cuba Birding - March 2005

Jim Rose and Dave Ferguson


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Unfortunately we could only manage to get photos of the North American warblers that were either overwintering or passing through Cuba.  We did see Olive-capped and Oriete Warbler, but they were usually high in the trees.  However, some of the warblers we did see are not that easy to find in N America.

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Yellow-throated Warbler


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Prairie Warbler

South Coast road

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Black and White Warbler



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Northern Parula


Palm Warbler

North Coast


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Black-throated Blue Warbler



Black-throated Blue Warbler

El Salton

Photo by Dave Ferguson

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Worm-eating Warbler

El Salton


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Cape May Warbler

Pinares De Mayari

Louisiana Waterthrush

El Salton

A real action shot!  It never stopped moving.

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Northern Waterthrush

El Salton


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ll photographs by Jim Rose unless otherwise stated.   All photographs copyright 2005.

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