Olive-capped Warbler Dendroica pityophila
(aka Dendroica pityophila)
Olive-capped Warbler, La Güira, Cuba, February 2005 - click for larger image

La Güira, Cuba
February 2005

The Olive-capped Warbler is distributed only in Cuba and the Bahamas. In Cuba it is restricted to two areas, one in the east and one in the west of the island. See the distribution map at Birdlife International. It is found only in pine forest.

Upperparts are greyish-brown and the crown is olive-green. The throat and upper breast are yellow with black streaks bordering the sides.

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