The Red-vented Bulbul (Pycnonotus Cafer) pictures, video and Detail

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A Red-vented Bulbul

Red-vented Bulbul Pictures and Detail

Red-vented Bulbuls are common and mostly noisy Bulbul birds. As compared to other varieties of Bulbuls, this variety of Bulbul is more confident and aggressive. Also, check Himalayan Bulbul

The scientific name of this Bulbul is Pycnonotus Cafer. These Bulbuls are invasive in nature and they have successfully established in many parts of the world and hostile environments.

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Love Birds- Pair of  Red-vented Bulbul
Red-vented Bulbuls are also social in nature and they love to live in groups. The best way to identify them is the dark red colour on the vent. It is common to see pairs of red-vented bulbul. We can identify male and female Red-vented Bulbuls through their size, colour, and hairs around the head.

Male Red-vented bulbuls are bigger in size, they have sharp colours and more hairs around the head and neck.
Red-vented Bulbul, Himachal,
Red-vented Bulbul (Himachal Pradesh) 

Red-vented Bulbuls are basically resident birds of the Indian subcontinent. Red-vented Bulbul eats fruits, berries, insects, nectars, and flowers. The good about Red-vented Bulbul is that we can find male Red-vented Bulbul very curious in nature.
Red-vented Bulbul, Checking me, Male,
A Male Red-vented Bulbul Checking on Me

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Many times, male Red-vented Bulbul tries to come close to me or inquire about me when I try to take their pictures. These birds live in my neighborhood; therefore, we meet many times.


In the month of February, we can watch Red-vented Bulbul eats newly grown flowers of cannabis. Some people do keep these birds in cages because of their sweet voices; however, I do not like it. I request all not put birds in cages.

Sometimes, these birds do take away left-away food from our dog's food bowl.

As we go close to Red-vented Bulbuls, they also start recognizing you and don't find your presence awkward.


Both it is also important to not put unnecessary pressure on these birds and stay calm while taking pictures.

Red-vented Bulbul is not an endangered species and we can hope that they will stay with us for a long time.

However, the constant cutting of trees and increasing human interference are threatening many such birds.

It is easy to observe Red-vented bulbul in India because they are found in many parts.

Red-vented Bulbul, Friend
A Red-vented Bulbul Friend
With the help of these pictures and information, I can hope that people find it easy to identify them.

Red-vented Bulbul, pose
A Pose by Red-vented Bulbul

Here are some unique points about the bird: 

1) Appearance: The Red-vented Bulbul has a distinctive appearance with a black head, white cheeks, and a red patch below the tail, which is visible when the bird is in flight. The bird has a brownish-grey back and wings, and its underparts are light-coloured.

2) Vocalization: The Red-vented Bulbul is known for its melodious calls and songs, which are a mix of whistles, warbles, and trills. The bird's vocalizations are often heard in urban and suburban areas where they are common. 

3) Habitat: Red-vented Bulbuls are found in a variety of habitats, including gardens, parks, forests, and agricultural fields. They are also commonly found in urban and suburban areas where they feed on fruit trees and ornamental plants. 

4) Feeding: The Red-vented Bulbul is an omnivore and feeds on a variety of food items, including fruits, insects, and small invertebrates. They are known to be voracious feeders and can cause damage to fruit crops. 

5) Breeding: Red-vented Bulbuls breed from January to June in most parts of their range. The birds build cup-shaped nests in trees and shrubs and lay 2-5 eggs. Both parents take turns incubating the eggs and feeding the chicks. 

6) Behaviour: Red-vented Bulbuls are social birds and are often found in small groups. They are known to be aggressive towards other bird species and will defend their territory vigorously. 

 Overall, the Red-vented Bulbul is a fascinating bird species with unique characteristics that make it a popular sight and sound in many parts of Asia.

Video of Red-vented Bulbul 

Here is a short video of a Red-vented male Bulbul.



Watch the just hatched Baby Red-vented Bulbul


Watch Hungry Red-vented Bulbul Babies-



Comments

  1. What is the lifespan of a red vented bulbul?
    If a red vented bulbul have a thread or something like that can you guess the gender of it? Let me know if you know

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  2. But because of cutting of the trees they laid eggs on my terrace

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  3. super. Various sounds of Red-vented Bulbul https://youtu.be/08hjYr8rwiM

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