The Bahama Mockingbird (Scientific name - Mimus gundlachii) is a fairly large mockingbird, larger than the more common Northern Mockingbird. Its range is confined to the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos, southern Jamaica and a few islands near Cuba. It is sometimes a vagrant to the southeastern part of Florida. It does not mimic other species but does have a beautiful song of varied notes. It is mostly brown in colour with streaking on the breast and two white strips on its wings. Photos were taken at Little San Salvadore Island (Halfmoon Cay) in the Bahamas in March 2014.