Cuban Tody - Todus multicolor

A beautiful, fluffy and plump Cuban Tody, Todus multicolor (Coraciiformes - Todidae), a small, colorful bird with a distinctly big-headed appearance, accentuated by a large flat bill.

This species is found commonly through Cuba, including offshore cays and islands, in a variety of habitats.

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Photo credit: ©Richard Collier | Locality: Cuba (2008)

Narrow-billed Tody | ©antonsrkn

Todus angustirostris photographed in Isla Cabritos National Park, Dominican Republic.

Common names: Narrow-billed Tody, Barrancolí picofino, Chicuí, Cortacubas de pico fino.

Todus angustirostris (Coraciiformes - Todidae) is a neotropical, small, short-tailed, chunky bird, with bright colors and a long, flattened bill. It is endemic to Hispaniola, which is the only island on which more than a single species of tody occurs: the Narrow-billed Tody tends to occur at higher elevations on the island, above 700 m, while the lowlands of Hispaniola are occupied by the Broad-billed Tody (Todus subulatus) [source].

Here you can listen te call and song of this bird.

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