; class Aves, order Passeriformes)
A monotypic family (Dulus dominicus) which is an olive-brown bird with buff-white under-parts, streaked with brown, a stout bill, and stout feet. It inhabits open country with palms, feeding on berries and blossom. Its nest is a large communal structure with separate entrances and nesting compartments, built high in a palm. It is found in the West Indies, confined to Hispaniola and Gonâve Island, Haiti.
Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.