|Butterflies of Cuba||
I'm pleased to be able to post some wonderful pictures taken by our good friend Karlos Ross at Holguin Birding of a female Least Bittern (Ixobrychus exilis). It is said to be a common and widespread permanent resident in Cuba but we have only seen it a couple of times in Cuba, and then only in flight. They are found in marshes, swamps and pools with dense vegetation and also in mangroves but are shy and retiring so are difficult to photograph. Well done Karlos.
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