Little Egrets. Photo by John and Fish
Japanese White Eyes. Photo by John and Fish
The Cuban Tody (Todus multicolor) is a bird species in the family Todidae that is restricted to Cuba and adjacent islands. The species is characterized by small size (4.3 in), large head relative to body size, and a thin, pointed bill. Similar to other todies, the coloration of the Cuban Tody includes iridescent green dorsum, pale underparts, and red highlights.