facts of Black crested Bulbul /Behaviour, Distribution, Habitat, Size, Weight, IUCN stetus

Black crested Bulbul facts


                   Black crested Bulbul
Description:-
Medium-sized, 
Male 30–34g, female 28–31 g. 
Black Crested Bulbul is a bird with yellow body and having a black coloured head with a black coloured crest on head.

Voice:-
Their voice is like bulbul but more sweet and rythemic.

Habitat:-
Open forest, mixed forest, abandoned clearings, tall hedgerows and orchards.

Food and feeding:-
Feeds mainly on fruit, also small amount of insects.

Breeding:-
Season Mar–Sept in India, Mar–Apr in Myanmar and Jan–Aug in Peninsular Malaysia.

Movements:-
Resident. Was in past noted to roam in cold weather around Yangon, tending to leave.

Status and conservation:-
Not globally threatened. Generally common in much of range, including NE India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, S Laos, parts of Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia; rare in S China.

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