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Americas / Cuba

Cuba is one of the most interesting Caribbean islands due to its rich avifauna comprising of 24 endemics and many Caribbean endemics, which are also found here. North American migrants also pass through the island or spend the winter in large numbers. Almost 350 bird species have been recorded in Cuba.

This long island is mostly characterised by lowlands, but there are three mountain chains: the Cordilleras to the West, Sierra del Escambray in the centre and Sierra Maestra to the East. One of the most famous places is the Zapata Marsh, located South East of Havana that supports 19 of the 25 endemics. We also visit the Soroa region, La Belén National Park and the cayes for a relaxed and colourful birding trip.

 

Tour to Cuba

  • Caribbean endemics

    Cuba, 13 birding days

    An excellent Caribbean birding holiday for those who enjoy looking for… Read More +

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Highlights

Bare-legged Owl

Bee Hummingbird

Blue-headed

Quail-Dove

Cuban Blackbird

Cuban Gnatcatcher

Cuban Grassquit

Cuban Green

Woodpecker

Cuban Kite

Cuban Palm-Crow

Cuban Parakeet

Cuban Pygmy-Owl

Cuban Solitaire

Cuban Tody

Cuban Trogon

Cuban Vireo

Fernandina's Flicker

Giant Kingbird

Gundlach's Hawk

Oriente Warbler

Red-Shouldered

Blackbird

Yellow-headed Warbler

Zapata Rail

Zapata Sparrow

Antillean Nighthawk

Antillean Palm Swift

Bahama Swallow

Cuban Bullfinch

Cuban Emerald

Cuban Crow

Cuban Parrot

Cuban Pewee

Great Lizard-Cuckoo

GreaterAntilleanGrackle

GreaterAntillean>Nightjar

GreyheadedQuail-Dove

Key-West Quail Dove

LaSagra's Flycatcher

Loggerhead Kingbird

Olive-capped Warbler

Palm Crow

Plain Pigeon

Red-legged Thrush

Scaly-naped Pigeon

Stripe-headed Tanager

Tawny-Shouldered

Blackbird

West Indian

Whistling-Duck

WestIndianWoodpecker