This Cuban vireo appeared this week in Key West in a corner of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park.
This Cuban vireo appeared this week in Key West in a corner of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. MARK HEDDEN For KeysInfoNet
This Cuban vireo appeared this week in Key West in a corner of Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. MARK HEDDEN For KeysInfoNet

Looking up! First U.S. spotting of Cuban bird made in Keys trees

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