French: Bulbul à ventre jaune German: Goldbauchbülbül Spanish: Bulbul ventriamarillo
Buea, 1200 m, Mount Cameroon, Cameroon
Extreme SE Nigeria (Obudu Plateau) and W Cameroon (Banyang Mbo and Mt Manengouba S to Mt Cameroon).
20–23 cm; male c. 54·5–65 g, female c. 37·8 g. Large, distinctive montane greenbul. Top of head and neck are grey, side of face grey, indistinct pale loral line,... read more
Calls include loud, sharp, repeated “churp” or “tyow”, often repeated, and fast “churp-p-p” or “... read more
Mature mid-altitude forest between 500 m and 1800 m, rarely to 2000 m; on Mt Kupé (Cameroon) most... read more
Food and feeding
Insectivorous. Usually occurs in small, noisy, boisterous, mobile groups, more rarely singly; frequent and conspicuous member of mixed-... read more
In Cameroon, nest with young (Mt Kupé, at 2000 m) in Apr, dependent juvenile in Mar and immatures Jan–Feb, and birds in breeding... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Cameroon Mountains EBA. Common in suitable habitat within its small range... read more
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