|Yellow-headed Warbler (Teretistris fernandinae)
|Soplillar, Zapata Swamp, Cuba
The Yellow-headed Warbler is endemic to Cuba where it is found only in the western half of the island in forest and woodland. Fortunately, it is still fairly common.
|It is replaced in the east of Cuba by the Oriente Warbler T. fornsi.
It is plain grey above and a lighter grey below with a distinctive yellow head.