French: Bulbul concolore German: Einfarbbülbül Spanish: Bulbul montano
Other common names:
Cameroon Montane Greenbul
Buea, 950 m, Mount Cameroon, Cameroon
Extreme SE Nigeria (Mt Gangirwal, Gotel Mts and Obudu Plateau) and W Cameroon (Tchabal Mbabo and Bamenda Highlands S to Mt Cameroon).
17–18 cm; male 30–34 g, female c. 30 g. A medium sized, uniformly plumaged montane greenbul. Head and entire upperparts, including wings and tail, are yellowish... read more
Song soft and unobtrusive, a somewhat subdued nasal, husky babble ending with faster, rather... read more
Mid-altitude and, particularly, montane forest, especially forest edge, clearings, secondary... read more
Food and feeding
Fruit, including Harungana, Maesa and probably Myrica and Schleffera; also seeds and insects. Usually... read more
Nesting recorded in Cameroon in Mar and May, birds in breeding condition in Jan–Feb and Nov, nest-building in Mar, and juveniles in... read more
Little information. Probably largely resident, but some evidence of seasonal movements to lower... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Cameroon Mountains EBA. Variously scarce to common in different parts of... read more
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