Blue Grosbeak Passerina caerulea is widespread but not abundant in summer throughout Central America and most of the US and is expanding its range northward due to climate breakdown. In winter it moves down to Mexico and Central America. At this time it is very occasionally found in Cuba but is commoner on migration. I was recently sent these excellent pictures of a male coming into summer plumage. They were taken very recently at Las Salinas de Brito, Zapata by birding and nature guide by Adrián Cobas Arencibia. Thank you Adrián. You can find him on Facebook or Twitter @adriancobasarencibia.
And here is another of his great pictures, this time a Spotted Rail also at Zapata.
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