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YELLOW EYED BABBLER

Chrysomma sinense

Description:

The yellow-eyed babbler (Chrysomma sinense) is a passerine bird species found in groups in open grass and scrub in south Asia. The common name refers to its traditional placement in the Old World babbler family Timaliidae although the genus Chrysomma forms a clade along with the parrotbills and Sylvia warblers within the family Sylviidae.

Habitat:

The usual habitat is grassy or thorny scrub both in dry and wet regions as well as farmland. They are found mainly on the plains but can be found in the lower hills (1200 m).

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Dhilip
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Dhilip

North Central, Sri Lanka

Spotted on Dec 19, 2016
Submitted on Dec 19, 2016

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