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Gallery of Cuba 2015 images


Lance has just returned from a very successful second birding visit to Cuba, so we thought you would like to see a selection of his photographs. Cuba has much more to offer than just birds and we hope this comes across in the gallery below

American Kestrel

the exquisite beach at Playa Larga

Bee Hummingbird, the World's smallest bird

Black and White Warbler

the landscape is very pleasant on the eye

cowboy - horses are still the commonest form of transport in rural Cuba
Cuban Tody

White Ibis

the Cuevas de los Portales. These caves were made famous as the one time headquarters of revolutionary Che Guevara.

Mangrove Cuckoo

Cuban Gnatcatcher - one of 28 endemic birds on Cuba
Black-throated Blue warbler

much more widespread a Prairie Warbler here on its wintering grounds.

Playa Larga

Cuban (or Rose throated) Parrot

I saw more large and colourful butterflies on Cuba than anywhere else that I have been
Zapata Sparrow

Red-legged Thrush occurs commonly in a variety of wooded habitat.

landscape near Trinidad

Magnificent Frigatebird

Boca de Crocodilo near Playa Larga

Oriente Warbler
Common Yellowthroat

Malecom promenade, Havana

downtown Old Havana

Havana is noted for classic American motors

Royal Tern

Trinidad with its Hispanic colonial architecture and original cobble stone pathways was declared a World Heritage site in 1988

street seller

downtown Havana

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