White Browed Bulbul is a member of the bulbul family. It is found in Sri Lanka and peninsular India, and is a resident bird. They are found in dense scrub habitats, where they hide under thick vegetation, and are difficult to spot. Their calls are loud and distinct.
The species is more prominent in South India and Sri Lanka. In north India, it can be found along Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and western West Bengal. They are usually seen in singles or in pairs.
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