Buteo Books & ABA Sales: Birds of Cuba: Field Guide / Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba, Spanish-Language Edition

Buteo Books & ABA Sales: Birds of Cuba: Field Guide / Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba, Spanish-Language Edition

Buteo Books & ABA Sales: Birds of Cuba: Field Guide / Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba, Spanish-Language Edition

The richness and diversity of the birds of Cuba comprises 369 registered species, representing 20 orders and 63 families, with 26 endemic species that include the charming Pedorrera, the striking and elegant Tocororo (national bird), the colorful Carpintero Verde and the smallest bird in the world, the Zunzuncito. This compact reference guide contains 51 full-color pages and 662 images illustrating male, female and juvenile plumage (in some cases for the first time). Many migratory species are illustrated with colors during the winter (non-reproductive) or summer (breeding) plumage. These images give us an overview of the birds of North America, as they appear in their winter quarters.

The cover of the book illustrates six of the endemic species of Cuba, including the Tocororo (upper right), below the Pedorrera and to its left and in flight, the Zunzuncito. Below and below these the Siju Plantanero occupies the center, which has on your left the Tomeguin del Pinar. In the inferior left end the Pechero and in the right, the Dove Perdiz.

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