White-eared Bulbul

White-eared Bulbul is a common resident of North-West India. This bird is very similar to Himalayan Bulbul but it is small in size, lacks crest and has a large white patch on the cheek. It is also known as White-cheeked bulbul. It has a natural habitat in southwest of Iran and it feeds on dates. It is also called “Bulbul of Tehran”.

Gujarati Name

રણ બુલબુલ

Scientific Name

Pycnonotus leucotis

Scientific Family


Status in Gujarat


IUCN Status

Least Concern

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Categories: Bulbuls