Cuban Solitaire

Its natural habitat is montane moist forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Cuban Solitaire is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

039 N22°39'29,53" W083°26'38,90" Cuban Solitaire: start of trail up to them 042 N22°34'06,01" W083°18'10,46" best exit of autopista for La Guïra 044 N23°03'58,24" W082°15'32,59" c. More

Cuban Solitaire, a bird that is endemic to Cuba. After a hike along one of the many trails, we'll have lunch in a typical farming hacienda. In the afternoon, we will visit the village of Las Terrazas, a model commune village. Our day will end with a visit to a restored 18th century coffee plantation, formerly owned by French coffee planters from Haiti, who fled to Cuba after the slave revolts. Check in Hotel La Moka. Dinner included. More

Dove at Mirador, by finding a Cuban Solitaire, we had both heard its beautiful song several times and knew where it was hidden, but unfortunately, Peter had turned his back when the bird flew across the road, giving me a good view. It continued to taunt him by singing from its new perch out of sight. Moving on to higher elevations, we found Olive-crowned Warblers, Zenaida Doves, La Sagra's Flycatchers, Cuban Peewees, Cuban Bullfinches and several migrant warblers. More

The Cuban Solitaire, also known as the Cuban nightingale, is a species in the Turdidae family. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montanes. It is threatened by habitat loss. Photo: Colin Bushell UP TO LIST Cuban Tody E Todus multicolor. More

Cuban Solitaire, Cuba, Soroa April 2006 © Colin Bushell - TOUCAN BIRDING TOURS Toucan Birding Tours Cuba Report 2006 Cuban Solitaire - Cuban Solitaire, Cuba, Vinales National Park April 2008 © Paul Jones Send this as a postcard Cuban Solitaire - Showing Records 1 through 2 of 2 Total Records More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Turdidae
Genus : Myadestes
Species : elisabeth
Authority : (Lembeye, 1850)