The White-Spectacled Bulbuls also known as the Yellow-vented Bulbul, Pycnonotus xanthopygos is a small bird, a bit bigger than a Sparrow.
White-Spectacled Bulbuls is 19-21 centimeters in length, and its wingspan is 20-25 centimeters. A stable bird that lives in fruit plantations, gardens, cities, etc.
It is the most common member of the Bulbul family in Israel and Lebanon. In Turkey, it is mainly found in the coastal Mediterranean region but its range extends from Patara/Gelemiş near Kaş in the west to Türkoğlu in the east.
Breeding populations are found from Central and Southern Turkey to Western Syria, Lebanon, Western Jordan, Israel, Sinai, and Western, Central and Southern Arabia.
Both sexes are similar; juveniles have a browner hood and less obvious eye-rings than the adults. The nest -a small cup of thin twigs, grass stems, leaves, and moss- is generally located in bushes and lined with hair, shredded bark, and small roots.