French: Bulbul brès German: Braunwangenbülbül Spanish: Bulbul bres
Other common names:
#R, Bogor, Java
Java and Bali.
19–22 cm. Bulky, very noisy, conspicuous bulbul with erectile hindcrown crest, throat feathers usually puffed out, especially when calling. Adult has lores and upper... read more
Song is a series of mixed, squeaky notes interspersed by typical “kwrresh” call notes... read more
Primary, secondary and submontane forest, below 1500 m.
Food and feeding
Recorded eating a variety of insects, including beetles (Coleoptera), bugs (Hemiptera, including homopterans), dragonflies and damselflies... read more
Breeds almost all months in W & C Java. Nest a standard cup-shaped structure placed in low vegetation; clutch usually two eggs. No other... read more
Resident; appears unusually territorial for a bulbul.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Restricted-range species: confined to the Java and Bali forests EBA, a region of exceptional biological importance. Usually common... read more
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