The next morning we were out early for a walk along the beach and swim before breakfast. There were three Yellow-crowned Night Herons and five plovers that I think were Piping Plover but hadn't brought binoculars so wasn't sure.
While sitting at breakfast a few butterflies started to appear with sulphurs and yellows flying past but best of all was two Iphicleola Sister Adelpha iphicleola with their distinctive broad white bars across the wings. These were the only ones we saw in three weeks. We ventured out later for a walk from the hotel and an Immature male Summer Tanager was sitting in the trees outside the main entrance. This is the third time we have seen Summer Tanager in Cuba and all have been immature males with a few scarlet feathers starting to show through.