A bird with lovely simple vocalizations that you hear throughout Bhutan and the Himalayas and is one of 9 species in Bhutan.

You will see this common species on a prayer flag pole, a roof top, on a power line, or in a tree. Out in the open or wherever it prefers it will babble the simple notes throughout the day, and is in a way one of several familiar sounds that together is the heartbeat of Bhutan and the Himalayas.

Also called white-cheeked bulbul.

It sounds like this:

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