|Blyth's Leaf-Warbler Phylloscopus reguloides|
|It breeds mainly in
rhododendron and oak forests but also in coniferous and deciduous
forest at between 1,500 and 3,700 metres. In the winter it
descends to lower altitudes.
It has a rather indistinct yellow-olive crown stripe and a yellowish supercilium. Upperparts are olive-green with two distinct pale yellow wing-bars. Underparts are whitish with a yellow wash. The bill is dark above and yellow to pink below.
|Blyth was an
English zoologist and author who was the curator of the
museum in Bengal for many years.
There are recordings on xeno-canto and additional information is available on Avibase.
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