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The Dark-capped, or Black-eyed, Bulbul, occurs in savanna and woodland habitats with a reliable supply of fruiting trees and bushes and is especially common in the gardens and parks of our towns and cities. They feed primarily on fruit, berries, and seeds, but will also eat nectar, flower petals and small invertebrates (especially termites). Dark-capped Bulbuls are mostly seen singly, in pairs, or in loosely associated small groups, and adults weigh between 30 and 48g.
Info source URL: https://dewetswild.com/2017/08/24/dark-capped-bulbul/
Photo capture date & Location: 2018-08 Segaia Bush Retreat

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