Cuban Oriole (Icterus melanopsis)

Cuban Oriole (Icterus melanopsis), Cueva de los Peces, Matanzas, Cuba
Cuban Oriole (Icterus melanopsis)
Species: Cuban Oriole   Icterus melanopsis
Author: Manfred Bienert
Friday, March 23, 2012
Added to IBC: 21 Oct 2012 - 17:31
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Altitude (m): 
9 meters


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Birds of the West Indies
Most people associate the Caribbean with palm-fringed sandy beaches, cricket and rum. Mention the West Indies to birders and they think todies and tremblers, among a remarkable array of c. 190 endemic species. Furthermore, no fewer than six families are confined to the region, and another (spindalises) virtually so. The region also receives many vagrants from both North and South America, and even transatlantic arrivals from Europe.


Manfred Bienert, IBC1009756. Accessible at

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Manfred Bienert, IBC1009756. Photo of Cuban Oriole Icterus melanopsis at Cueva de los Peces, Cuba. Accessible at

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