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Alternative name: White-cheeked Bulbul
19â€“20 cm (7Â½-8 in)
The former subspecies humii is now believed to be a hybrid population between White-eared Bulbul and Himalayan Bulbul.
The species has recently been split from White-eared Bulbul (Pycnonotus leucotis); the pre-split species used to be called White-cheeked Bulbul.
Wooded valleys and bushy hillsides.
Their diet consists of berries, mistletoe, seeds and buds.
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Recording by Alok Tewari
Dwarahat, Almora, Himalayas, Alt 5000 ft above MSL, India, Oct.-2016
Song of one individual at day break.
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Notice that the following Gallery search may find both this species and the White-eared Bulbul, because the scientific name stayed the same as the pre-split name.