A brown-breasted bulbul was spotted pecking at flowers next to Biyang Lake in southwest's Guizhou Province.
The brown-breasted bulbul can be found at scrubby forest edges, farmlands and parks. It is covered by brown plumage with a black cap and white throat. It is characterized by a patch of bright orange feathers that are under its tail. In Chinese, it is called the "yellow-hipped" bulbul, which reflects the feature. Check out the photos to take a close look.
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