French: Bulbul terreux German: Malaien-Weißkehlbülbül Spanish: Bulbul cinéreo
Melaka, Peninsular Malaysia
S Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra.
20·5–21 cm; 27·2–35·2 g. Medium-large, arboreal, conspicuous bulbul, elongated and pointed feathers of cap and upper neck often raised as crest, long, erectile chin and... read more
Regular calls by group-members are a series of loud ringing “tree-tree-tree”, a whining “whear”,... read more
Montane broadleaf evergreen forest (primary or selectively logged) and second growth. Recorded at... read more
Food and feeding
Fruits, including berries, and seeds; also insects. Recorded items include the “berries” of mass-producing Lindera pipericarpa,... read more
Season Feb–Jun. One nest was an open cup, placed 3 m above ground in small roadside tree in montane forest. One brood of two fledglings,... read more
Resident, with post-breeding dispersive movements. In Peninsular Malaysia, dispersal appears to... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Generally common in mid-montane habitat throughout range, but scarce in N Sumatra. In Peninsular Malaysia, regular and common in... read more
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