Bird looking down from a branch

Bird looking down from a branch
Species: Cuban Oriole   Icterus melanopsis
Author: Lutz Duerselen
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Added to IBC: 5 May 2017 - 20:24
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Altitude (m): 
715 meters
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Submitted by Liam Hughes on
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Cuban Oriole - Icterus melanopsis

Submitted by Lutz Duerselen on
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Dear Liam,

thanks for your suggestion. You are right it is a Cuban Oriole :-)



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Lutz Duerselen, IBC1373975. Accessible at

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Lutz Duerselen, IBC1373975. Photo of Cuban Oriole Icterus melanopsis at Topes de Collantes Natural Park, Cuba. Accessible at

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