There are two types of grosbeaks that have reportedly been seen in Cuba. They are the Rose-breasted Grosbeak and the Blue Grosbeak. The names of the birds reflect their colours, from a reddish-purple to a bright red, banana-yellow to gold and bluish-black to a navy blue. These birds have some of the most beautiful colours of all the birds seen in Cuba.
The Blue Grosbeak can be found in the central regions of the United States to Central America and some of the Caribbean islands.
Their name comes from the fact that they have large bills. Grosbeaks are birds found most often in conifer and deciduous forests in Cuba. Their diet consists of seeds and fruit depending on the time of year.