The olive-throated parakeet is a species of parrot in the Psittacidae family, also known as the olive-throated parakeet in aviculture. In Jamaica, Mexico and Central America, it is establish in forests and woodlands and has been introduced to the Dominican Republic.
A genus of bird in the Parulidae family is the olive-crowned yellowthroat. It is establish in Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, and Costa Rica. Subtropical or tropical moist shrubland and highly degraded ex- woodland are its natural habitats.
A very tiny finch of humid evergreen forest and tropical lowland edge. Typically in pairs that are loosely associated with other euphonias, especially with mistletoe feeding or fruiting trees. Bronzy green overall on both sexes and a deep rusty vent. A yellow forehead patch on the male and a deep rusty one on the female.