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The endemic, highly endangered Blue-headed Quail-Dove (Starnoenas cyanocephala) can frequently be seen near Bermejas very early in the morning. Zapata Peninsula, Cuba.
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The endemic, highly endangered Blue-headed Quail-Dove (Starnoenas cyanocephala) can frequently be seen near Bermejas very early in the morning. Zapata Peninsula, Cuba.

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From gallery: Cuba's endemic / endangered birds
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Location: Cuba
Credit: © 2012 Rich Wagner | WildNaturePhotos
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