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|From my recent vacation in Cuba|
Cuban Tody (Todus multicolor)
Order: Coraciiformes Family:Todidae:Monotypic
A small, colorful bird with a distinctly big-headed
appearance. The most brightly colored member of the genus, the Cuban Tody has bright green upperparts with gleaming yellowish-green supercilia, yellow lores, red throat, pinkish flanks, whitish belly, and bright yellow crissum. This species is the only member of the genus occurring in Cuba, where it is widespread across a diversity of habitats and often abundant where it occurs. As is the case with other Todus, this species nests in holes burrowed in clay embankments, occasionally in a rotten trunk or even at the entrance to limestone caves.
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fantastic closeup, TFS Ori
- [2016-01-06 11:00]
Hi Mario,so you went in Cuba you too like me....i hope to see some butterfly pic too but i think that you thought only at birds...ehehe..and this is absolutely beautiful,what a colors,impressive capture very sharp and bright,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- [2016-01-06 14:54]
Awesome bird, the iridescent colors are unreal!! This is the first time I have ever heard of this gorgeous species.
Hi, Mario. This is a awesome picture of the Cuban Tody in a nice diagonal composition with beautiful colors and of course a big head and nice beautiful eyes.Thanks for sharing.
- [2016-01-07 3:10]
Such a colorful bird.
Great details and sharpness.
Excellent photography, Mario. Very attractive color and its structure.
Thanks for showing,