White-browed Bulbul

This is a bird of dry scrub and woodland edges. It builds its nest in a tree; two eggs is a typical clutch.

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The White-browed Bulbul is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The White-browed Bulbul, Pycnonotus luteolus, is a member of the bulbul family of passerine birds. It is resident breeder in Sri Lanka and the coasts of peninsular India. This is a bird of dry scrub and woodland edges. It builds its nest in a tree; two eggs is a typical clutch. The White-browed Bulbul is about 20 cm (7 inches) in length, with a long tail. It has olive-grey upperparts and whitish underparts. More

confusable only with the White-browed Bulbul with which its range overlaps but is distinctively yellow on the head and throat apart from the yellow vent. The calls of this species are very similar to that of the White-browed Bulbul. More

White-browed Bulbul Pycnonotus luteolus copyright Clement Francis M; 2007 See the Mystery Bird January 2005 article for more information regarding Bulbuls COPYRIGHT: delhibird - The Northern India Bird Network. All rights reserved. More

The White-browed Bulbul, Pycnonotus luteolus, is endemic to Sri Lanka and can be found along the coasts of peninsular India. This is a bird of dry scrub and woodland edges. It is usually detected by the burst of song that it produces from the top of a bush and often dives into the bush becoming difficult to see. Description: The White-browed Bulbul averages 7 inches or 20 cm in length, including their long tail. More

For the purposes of our bird news services, White-browed Bulbul is classed as Common: common species, including species that are certain or probable escapees from captivity when occurring in the British Isles. (Note that rarity levels are currently applied nationally and may not reflect local variations in abundance. More

White-browed Bulbul is found in the following countries: 1. Bangladesh 2. India 3. Sri Lanka Site Developed & Maintained by Shah Jahan & Sajna A Iqbal Design By FSquares COPYRIGHT (C) TheBirdsISaw.COM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 2007. More

White-browed Bulbul: Common and voluble but shy By Jagath Gunewardena. Bulbuls are medium-sized birds with short, round wings, medium or long tails, short sturdy legs and soft plumage. They are arboreal in habit and feed mainly on fruit. They belong to the family Pycnonotidae that is represented by six species in Sri Lanka. More

White-browed Bulbuls nesting on our Lady Palm Tree! - Posted by Jacqueline on June 5th, 2008 in Our Garden, Tropical Wildlife: our garden The month of May 2008 was very significant for us! We have VIP visiting our home garden since the third week of May. More

White-browed Bulbuls zeroed in on our Java Apples! - Posted by Jacqueline on April 20th, 2007 in Tropical Wildlife: our garden Pycnonotus luteolus (White-browed Bulbul) A pair of White-browed bulbuls at our backyardThese lovely birds, commonly found in our tropical country, can teach us humans a thing or two about love and romance! They’re regular visitors to our garden and are always sighted flying in pairs, although distancing a few feet from each More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pycnonotidae
Genus : Pycnonotus
Species : luteolus
Authority : (Lesson, 1841)