The really distinctive features on this one are its whorled tail and bright red eyes. Its range is less than 100km2 and its ranked as critically endangered. Due to hunting and habitat disturbance the population of these guys has crashed over the past few decades. This was the second of two I saw on Isla Cabritos, a protected island park in South-western Dominican Republic with one of two healthy populations. I'd pretty much resigned myself to no great photos when I saw this one in the bush. I had my sigma 500mm lens and used all the range I could to get head shots in the bush.