|Oriente Warbler (Teretistris fornsi)
|Cayo Coco, Cuba
The Oriente Warbler is endemic to Cuba where it is found only in the central and eastern parts of the island in forest and woodland. It is a geographic replacement for Yellow-headed Warbler T. fernandinae found only in the western parts of the island.
|It has grey upperparts including the crown, a yellow face and underparts except for a light grey lower belly. The bill looks longer and more decurved than that of the Yellow-headed Warbler.|