|Cuban Green Woodpecker (Xiphidiopicus percussus)
The Cuban Green Woodpecker is endemic to Cuba where it is found in dry forest, pine forest and coastal vegetation.
It has a bright olive green back while underparts are yellow with dark streaks.
|Both sexes have a mostly white head with a thick black stripe behind the eye and a small red patch on the throat. The male has a red crown from forehead to nape as in photo 4 while the female has a black forecrown with white streaks and only the nape is red as can be seen in photo 3. The female also has a slightly shorter bill and is noticeably smaller when seen together.|