|Cuban Gnatcatcher (Polioptila lembeyei)
The Cuban Gnatcatcher is endemic to Cuba where it is restricted to a few places on the coast. It is found in dry, scrubby vegetation.
It is very similar to Blue-grey Gnatcatcher P. caerulea in being blue-grey above, white below with a long black tail showing white outer feathers. It differs in having a narrow black crescent behind the eye.
It is a very active bird feeding on small insects and spiders.