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Cueva del Jabali

Ciego de Avila  >  Cuba

The area around this secluded night-club is a spot for rare migrating warblers and endemics.

Added* by Paul Poletajew
Most recent update 1 March 2022

Description

Cueva del Jabali may not be the most naturalist experience but the friendly workers of the nightclub offer you chairs and refreshments. You can spend easily hours, watching the water dripping from hanged bottles into stone basins and birds coming to bath and to drink. A very quiet and nice place in the morning. The place is easy to access, and because the workers of the nightclub offer water to the birds, the place attracts all imaginable warblers and rarities.

Details

Access

A road leads directly to the area.

Terrain and Habitat

Plain , Beach , Dunes , Sea , Scattered trees and bushes , Forest

Conditions

Flat , Sandy , No shadow , Dry , Open landscape , Dusty

Circular trail

No

Is a telescope useful?

Can be useful

Good birding season

All year round

Best time to visit

Winter , Spring migration

Route

Paved road

Difficulty walking trail

Easy

Accessible by

Foot , Car

Birdwatching hide / platform

Yes

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Map

Top 5 birds

Zapata Sparrow
1. Zapata Sparrow
(Torreornis inexpectata)
Cuban Gnatcatcher
2. Cuban Gnatcatcher
(Polioptila lembeyei)
Yellow-throated Warbler (albilora)
4. Yellow-throated Warbler (albilora)
(Setophaga dominica albilora)
Painted Bunting
5. Painted Bunting
(Passerina ciris)

Other birds you can see here

Common Ground Dove
Common Ground Dove
(Columbina passerina)
Cuban Emerald
Cuban Emerald
(Chlorostilbon ricordii)
White-eyed Vireo (White-eyed)
White-eyed Vireo (White-eyed)
(Vireo griseus [griseus Group])
Cuban Vireo
Cuban Vireo
(Vireo gundlachii)
Hepatic/Summer Tanager
Hepatic/Summer Tanager
(Piranga flava/rubra)
Red-legged Honeycreeper
Red-legged Honeycreeper
(Cyanerpes cyaneus)
Bananaquit
Bananaquit
(Coereba flaveola)
Yellow-faced Grassquit
Yellow-faced Grassquit
(Tiaris olivaceus)
Cuban Bullfinch
Cuban Bullfinch
(Melopyrrha nigra)

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