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Red-whiskered Bulbul
Pycnonotus jocusus

  Habitat: villages, woods and bushes near farm fields, parks of cities.
  Feeding habits: peck food on branches of trees or catch flying worms during flying.
  Food: ferry, seeds and insects.
  Size: with a full body length of 20 cm; weight: 30-40 g.
  Habits: Red-whiskered bulbuls are normal resident bird and they like to act in groups. Red-whiskered bulbuls build their nests in trees from March to August each year. Because they have high crest, they are commonly called "high crest". Their singing is light and melodious and they are regarded as fancy birds in Guangdong of China.
  Category: Ave, Passeriformes, Pycnonotidae
  Distribution: South Yunnan. Tropical and sub-tropical forests in South and Southwest China.






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