White-cheeked/Himalayan Bulbul Pycnonotus leucogenys

White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
The White-cheeked Bulbul, also called the Himalayan Bulbul, is native to south Central Asia, the Himalayas and northern India.
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
Male and female have similar plumage including a yellow vent. They have adapted to live near humans.
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
The name "bulbul" derives from Farsi for nightingale in view of their pretty, whistling song.
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
White-cheeked Bulbul
  
  

Chinese/Light-vented Bulbul Pycnonotus sinensis

Chinese Bulbul
Light-vented Bulbul
 
The Chinese or Light-vented Bulbul is native to Southeast Asia.