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Juvenile Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed in the Guanica Dry Forest 6 June 2013 by Mike Morel.

Juvenile Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed in the Guanica Dry Forest 6 June 2013 by Mike Morel.

Cuban Tody-Todus multicolor. Cuban Tody.      Order: Coraciiformes, Family: Todidae.    Monotypic.

Cuban Tody-Todus multicolor. Cuban Tody. Order: Coraciiformes, Family: Todidae. Monotypic.

Puerto Rican Tody (Todus mexicanus) - photo by Mike Morel;  Despite its scientific name, this little bird is endemic to Puerto Rico. It is commonly known locally as "San Pedrito" ("Little Saint Peter").  It is green with yellow flanks, a bright yellowish-white belly, a red throat and lower mandible, and a long beak.  It is the smallest of the todies – about 4" long.  Males and females can be distinguished by the color of their eyes: males have gray eyes and females have white.   - Wikipedia

Puerto Rican Tody (Todus mexicanus) - photo by Mike Morel; Despite its scientific name, this little bird is endemic to Puerto Rico. It is commonly known locally as "San Pedrito" ("Little Saint Peter"). It is green with yellow flanks, a bright yellowish-white belly, a red throat and lower mandible, and a long beak. It is the smallest of the todies – about 4" long. Males and females can be distinguished by the color of their eyes: males have gray eyes and females have white. - Wikipedia

Male Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed 28 April 2013 in Guanica Dry Forest by Mike Morel.

Male Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed 28 April 2013 in Guanica Dry Forest by Mike Morel.

Tropical Parula, saw on the King Ranch, TX,  spring 1997.  This bird is only found in south Texas.

Tropical Parula, saw on the King Ranch, TX, spring 1997. This bird is only found in south Texas.

Female Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed in Guanica Dry Forest 7 July 2010 by Mike Morel.

Female Puerto Rican Tody. Photographed in Guanica Dry Forest 7 July 2010 by Mike Morel.

Light blue evokes feelings of peace and calm, allowing you to think clearly and thoughtfully.

Light blue evokes feelings of peace and calm, allowing you to think clearly and thoughtfully.

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