It is found in pairs or small parties. Its call-note is a plaintive, minor-key whistle on
an ascending scale, something like yor, yer ye, or wer
wer we we - each syllable higher than the last.
nest is very similar to the small ones of Red-vented Bulbul. It is a cup, composed of
small twigs, rootlets, etc., rather flimsily built, and line scantily with fibres. It is
well concealed among foliage, either in a low bush or in a small tree growing in a wooded
ravine or on the outskirts of forest, etc. The eggs normally number two, and they resemble
small ones of Red-vented Bulbul, being pinkish white, heavily spotted and speckled with
reddish brown. They measure about 20.9 × 15.7 mm.