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Cuban Pewee

Moucherolle tête-fou

Contopus caribaeus

Birds of North America
  • Cuban Pewee
  • Cuban Pewee
  • Cuban Pewee
  • Cuban Pewee
  • Cuban Pewee

Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Cuban Pewee

B L W W W Family Latin Name
6.5" 16.5cm 9.5" 24.1cm 0.5 oz. 14.2g Tyrannidae Contopus caribaeus

  • Breeding
  • Year Around
  • Winter
Cuban Pewee range

The Cuban Pewee is a native bird of Cuba and the Bahama islands. It can be identified by the apparent semi-circle white ring at the back of its eyes. This is a friendly bird and allows observers close views of it. It has been seen in Florida and is a recognized vagrant.

Birds of Cuba