The black and yellow broadbill is an outstanding bird. A lot of striking features are gifted to these fluffy tiny guys, making them conspicuous in the world of birds.
An aqua beak goes along with a black head and bright yellow eyes are the first things that grasp human’s attention. They make these birds so adorable.
Their peach-pink underparts, as well as their black and yellow wings, are eye-catching features. Isn’t this plumage one-of-a-kind? I never imagined that black, yellow, and pink could work so well together.
Humans can’t take their gaze away from these cute little birds.
The fact that charming small black and yellow broadbills are called “disproportionately noisy” is an interesting fact. Isn’t it a stark contrast to their outward appearance?
These adorable critters make a sequence of high-pitched coos that grow in pitch and speed until they become a frantic flurry of loud whistles.
Broadbills, both black and yellow, are found across Southeast Asia. They live in Thailand, Indonesia, and other Southeast Asian countries’ hills and lowland woods.
These birds create their nests from of moss and leaf skeletons, roots, and leaves during the breeding season. These nests are perched on tree limbs and resemble a pear and a pocketbook.
The IUCN Red List now lists these little broadbills as ‘near threatened.’ The loss of their habitat is the primary cause.