The Blue-headed Quail-Dove is an endemic terrestrial dove found on the island of Cuba.
This species is extremely rare and has a very small population with extremely small subpopulations, and numbers are continuing to decline.
It is a resident non-migratory species and it is the only quail-dove species in Cuba that is both endemic and considered to be endangered. Sexes are alike.
La Cueva de los Peces, Playa Larga area, Cuba, 10 January 2016