About Yellow-Fronted Barbet
In Sri Lanka, the Yellow-fronted barbet (Psilopogon flavifrons) is an Asian barbet that lives in subtropical and tropical moist forests, wetlands, plantations, and rural gardens up to an elevation of 2,000 meters. It is an endemic resident breeder in Sri Lanka, where it lives in subtropical and tropical moist forests, wetlands, plantations, and rural gardens up to an elevation of 2,000 meters (6,600 ft). Green plumage with a yellow helmet and blue patches below the eyes, on the throat, and around its chin distinguishes it from other birds of prey. In length, it measures 21–22 cm (8.3–8.7 in), and its weight is 57–60 g (2.0–2.1 oz). It subsists on berries, fruits, and, on rare occasions, insects. It builds a nest in a tree hole, where it lays two to three eggs.
Where Are They
Species: P. Rubricapillus
Binomial Name: Psilopogon Rubricapillus
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This bird is referred to as “Mukalang Kottoruwa” in the Sinhala language in Sri Lanka, where it is found. The yellow-fronted barbet appears on a Sri Lankan postal stamp worth 5 rupees.
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