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The golden-fronted leafbird (Chloropsis aurifrons) is a species of leafbird. It is found from the Indian subcontinent and south-western China, to south-east Asia and Sumatra.

It builds its nest in a tree, laying 2-3 eggs. This species eats insects and berries.
leafbird). Young birds have a plain green head and lack the black on their face and throat. The black of the face and throat appears slightly duller in females.

The southern Indian race, C. a. frontalis, has a narrower yellow border to black face. The throat is black and it has a blue sub-moustachial stripe and duller orange forehead. Towards the extreme south of India and Sri Lanka the race insularis occurs which is slightly smaller than frontalis.

Vocalization
Its song consists of rising and falling liquid chirps in bulbul-like tones and its call may include harsh whispers. They are also known to mimic the calls of other bird species and have loud calls.

Distribution and habitat
The golden-fronted leafbird is a common resident breeder in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and parts of Southeast Asia. Its habitat is forest and scrub.
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Mischa95

Hi dj, thanks as always.
triciab5581, I ran into that Texas jay when getting the info on this guy. They are similar. Thanks for the comment.

Donnajames

Gorgeous green and love the hint of blue and red on its head. Thanks, Miriam. dj

triciab5581

Very interesting bird; I thought surely I was seeing a Green Jay from south Texas at first glance!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_jay

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