Strikingly unmistakable and his wings are suffused with orange and finished off with equally stunning white eyebrows

The Whitebrowed fulvetta (Fulvetta vinipectus) is a species of bird in the Sylviidae family. A little fulvetta with deep brown tones, a black mask, and a strong white super cilium.

Strikingly unmistakable and his wings are suffused with orange and finished off with equally stunning white eyebrows

The forehead, neck, and crown are a warm brown with a faint gray tint, and they are framed by a blackish-brown lateral crown stripe that runs from above the eye to over the ear coverts.

The mantle and neck side are lighter and grayer than the crown, while the remainder of the bird is a mottled brown, black, orange, and gray, with a pinkish to purplish-tinged breast.

Above, the juvenile is rustier than the adult, with less pronounced lateral crown stripes and whiter flanks.

These birds are indigenous to Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Vietnam and may be found across the Indian subcontinent.

Strikingly unmistakable and his wings are suffused with orange and finished off with equally stunning white eyebrows

These birds prefer temperate woodlands throughout their area.

During the mating season, the white-brow fulvetta’s diet nearly entirely consists of insects, with caterpillars being a favorite; berries and tiny seeds are also favorites during other seasons.

The mating season in the Himalayas lasts from April to July, and from May to June in China.

The nest is a large, deep cup constructed of dry grasses, bamboo leaves, moss, rootlets, fibers, and bark.

Strikingly unmistakable and his wings are suffused with orange and finished off with equally stunning white eyebrows

It’s hidden in a shrub or bamboo, around 0.9 – 2 m above ground. 2–3 eggs are laid within the female.

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