|Common Bulbul Pycnonotus barbatus|
|Sous Valley, Morocco
The Common Bulbul is possibly the most commonly seen bird in Africa where it is distributed across most of the continent except the Sahara and the south-west. As far as the Western Palearctic is concerned it is found from Morocco to Tunisia and in the Nile Valley. It is found in almost any habitat except dense forest, treeless desert and grassland without trees.
This photo is of the nominate sub-species of Morocco to Tunisia sitting on top of an Argan tree.
To see photos of the sub-species P. b. inornatus of West Africa, click here.
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