Saturday, December 26, 2015

Sooty-headed bulbul

Sooty-headed bulbul
A sedentary bird that is classified as a protected species. Found in all regions of the country. Except in the south Bulbul held in the family (Pycnonotidae)
Sooty-headed bulbul, a small bird. Body length of about 18-20 cm, with black pencil and lips curved slightly hairy mustache hairs hath punk small black top head. This section will cover a black eye away from the cheeks and nose, which are the hallmark of this species. Cheeks and chin are whitish gray. From the chin down to the belly are white. Brown-gray upper body. The bottom has orange-red, bright red, yellow color will depend on the time or different habitats. The tail is gray-brown, almost black. The tail is white noticeable in flight. The male and female are similar.
Usually found in pairs or small flocks feeding on the trees during the cool island may find the wire pairs.
Worms, insects, fruit, nectar of flowering bottlebrush.
Meet the lowlands to an altitude of 1800 meters above sea level, such as deciduous forest grove high mountains and farmland in the garden.

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