A canary yellow head and vent are perfectly separated by a clearly delineated chest of white

A canary yellow face and vent are wonderfully separated by a crisp white breast!

The bright orange bulbul (Pycnonotus xantholaemus) is a songbird that has a long tail and short, rounded wings.

The bill is somewhat extended with a hooked tip at the end.

A canary yellow head and vent are perfectly separated by a clearly delineated chest of white

Above, the body plumage is olive gray with a yellow neck, under tail coverts, and tailed tips.

The face is yellow, with a gray wash on the breast and belly. Legs are likewise short, grayish-black or blue-black.

The White brow Bulbul is the most similar species, although it lacks the yellow neck and possesses a supercilium.

Yellow-throated Bulbul is only found in southern peninsular India.

A canary yellow head and vent are perfectly separated by a clearly delineated chest of white

It is found in southern Andhra Pradesh, eastern Karnataka, Goa, Orissa, eastern Kerala, and northern Tamil Nadu.

They like to reside on and near rocky, scrub-covered hills, especially in the Eastern Ghats and central peninsular India, but also in the Western Ghats in certain areas.

This bird is normally quiet and concealed in scrubby environments, although its startling cackling outbursts of sound can be heard.

They eat insects as well as the berries of numerous scrub plant species.

A canary yellow head and vent are perfectly separated by a clearly delineated chest of white

Within, two eggs are placed, which hatch in 20 days. Around 13 days later, the chicks become fledglings.

Granite quarries, forest fires, and grazing all pose threats to many of these highland forests. It has gone from several previously known locations.

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