French: Bulbul des Andaman German: Andamanenbülbül Spanish: Bulbul de Andamán
A. O. Hume
Port Mouat and Mount Harriet, South Andaman
Andaman Is (South I and Middle I).
14–17 cm. Small, active bulbul. Male has dull blackish forehead and throat usually with glossy greyish sheen, grading into dark olive crown and face; nape, mantle, back... read more
Song a brief high-pitched, quick series of very short, thin, metallic “tsit-tsut-tsit” notes that... read more
Evergreen forest, light deciduous forest, edges and thick secondary growth. Of 15 recent sightings... read more
Food and feeding
Fruit, plucked from branches of trees and shrubs; probably also insects, but confirmation required. Usually encountered singly or in pairs... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Restricted-range species, confined to Andaman Islands EBA. Has received little attention, as for long considered a race of B.... read more
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