Brown Bullfinch

Of the true finch family, Fringillidae, the brown bullfinch (Pyrrhula nipalensis) is a species of insect. Bhutan, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Taiwan, and Vietnam are situated here. Temperate woodland and subtropical or tropical wet montane woodland are its natural habitats.


Brown Bullfinch

A comparatively small 16.5 cm (6.5 in) bird with a grayish head, nape, and breast is the brown bullfinch. Nuts and native conifers are part of its diet.


Brown Bullfinch


The brown bullfinch, sometimes shy and difficult to track, is a rare resident of hilly forests. Adult grey in the upper half, white in the lower part, with a grey-washed breast, a black tail, a black forecrown, and black wings, a large pale panel close to the shoulder. A much simpler juvenile, without the black forecrown. Seen in the profile, it looks short-faced and long-tailed.


Brown Bullfinch




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