French: Bulbul jaunelore German: Gelbzügel-Borstenbülbül Spanish: Bulbul manchado
Other common names:
Mondah River, Gabon
Extreme SE Nigeria and Bioko E to SW Central African Republic, S to lower R Congo.
19·5–21 cm; 28·5–40·7 g. Stocky, handsome bulbul, with fairly strong bill, well-developed rictal bristles. Adult has lores and preorbital... read more
Song tremulous and descending in pitch, somewhat reminiscent of that of B. syndactylus but... read more
Lowland evergreen and semi-deciduous forest, swamp-forest, forest-savanna mosaic and secondary... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods, including orthopterans, beetles (Coleoptera), butterflies (Lepidoptera), caterpillars, ants (Hymenoptera), spiders (Araneae);... read more
Breeds in all months in DRCongo, probably also in Cameroon; in most months, peak in Jan–Feb short dry season (only long dry season of... read more
Resident; striking site-fidelity in Gabon, where 76% of ringed individuals recaptured at ringing... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Generally widespread and common across its range. Density in Gabon estimated at 1·2 birds/ha and surveys in W PRCongo suggest... read more
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