Dark Capped Bulbul

The Dark Capped Bulbul – Pycnonotus Tricolor is the most common bulbul in the eastern area’s of South Africa. It is different from the African Red Eye and Cape Bulbuls by its black (not red or white) eye ring. Their habitats range from savanna to forests and gardens. The females will lay 2-3 eggs at a time. Their main diet includes; fruit, seeds, flowers, nectar, insects and spiders. Extracts taken out of Sasols’ Complete Photographic Field Guide to Birds of Southern Africa

Dark Capped Bulbul

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