The Greater Antillean Bullfinch was photographed on the southern tip of Eleuthera Island in The Bahamas.

The Greater Antillean Bullfinch was photographed on the southern tip of Eleuthera Island in The Bahamas.

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The Greater Antillean Bullfinch is all black with a short red supercilum, throat and undertail coverts. It has a large bill size. It has a range of the Bahamas, Jamaica, and Hispaniola. It has habitats of secondary vegetation, and mangroves. It was formerly present in Florida, but is no longer present except as an escape. It feeds on seeds, nuts, and hard fruits.

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