|Cuban Pewee (Contopus caribaeus)
Despite its name, the Cuban Pewee is not restricted to Cuba but is also found in the Bahamas. It inhabits a variety of forest and woodland habitats as well as swamps and mangroves.
It is dark olive-grey above and greyish-buff below with a hint of yellow on the belly. There are two faint wing-bars. Notable features are the white crescent behind the eye and the bushy crest. The upper mandible is black while the lower mandible is yellow.
It is quite common and very vocal. It also has the useful habit (for a photographer) of sallying to catch insects on the wing and then often returning to the same perch.