French: Bulbul de Finsch German: Finschbülbül Spanish: Bulbul de Finsch
Extreme S Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.
16·5–17 cm; 22–25 g. Medium-sized, dull, unobtrusive bulbul with distinctively short bill. Side of head is brownish olive, greenish tint on ear-coverts and... read more
Not well known. Usually very quiet, but said to give simple series of notes, transcribed as “... read more
Usually in primary and selectively logged evergreen forest in lowlands, avoiding heavily logged... read more
Food and feeding
A generalist; eats fruit and insects. Especially fond of berries of Trema and figs of riverside banyans (e.g. Ficus microcarpa... read more
Recorded in Mar–Jul. Nest built by both pair-members; nest undescribed, but pair in mature forest gathered material at canopy level;... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Generally uncommon or rare; possibly overlooked. Status in Sumatra was, until recently, enigmatic; apart from... read more
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