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Puerto Rican Tody  Name in Spanish: San Pedrito Scientific name:Todus mexicanus Taxonomic... by elrafy0599

Puerto Rican Tody Name in Spanish: San Pedrito Scientific name: Todus mexicanus Taxonomic. by Birdwatchers of Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican Tody, San Pedrito

Puerto Rican Tody, San Pedrito

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The endemic Puerto Rican Tody photographed near San Pedrito de Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rican Stripe-headed Tanager (male)

The Puerto Rican Spindalis (reina mora)has been proposed as the national bird of the United States Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

Adelaide's Warbler (Setophaga adelaidae) - Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican name for Adelaide's Warbler (Setophaga adelaidae); reinita mariposera, means “butterfly-eating warbler” or "butterfly-hunting warbler",.

Reina Mora macho-Puerto Rican Spindalis-Spindalis portoricensis-Miradero, Mayaguez.

Reina Mora macho-Puerto Rican Spindalis-Spindalis portoricensis-Miradero, Mayaguez.

Puerto Rican Tody, endemic to Puerto Rico. Commonly known as "San Pedrito" ("Little Saint Peter") In forested areas, especially high-altitude damp forests.  BIRDS OF THE WORLD

Puerto Rican Tody, endemic to Puerto Rico. Commonly known as "San Pedrito" ("Little Saint Peter") In forested areas, especially high-altitude damp forests. BIRDS OF THE WORLD

La calandria es el el único oriol nativo de Puerto Rico. Puede encontrarse en bosques húmedos y secos, cafetales, manglares y hasta en jardínes urbanos. Anida en la palma real.

Puerto Rican Oriole, after breeding, adult Puerto Rican orioles and their young…

San Pedrito de Puerto Rico

San Pedrito de Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican Woodpecker is the only woodpecker native to the archipelago of Puerto Rico. Lake Region Audubon Society - Woodpeckers

Puerto Rican woodpecker (Melanerpes portoricensis) is the only woodpecker native to the archipelago of Puerto Rico

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