Ceylon White Eye
A small, greenish white-eye, with a bold white eye ring and yellow throat. Usually encountered in active flocks within the canopy of forest and neighboring wooded areas in the hills and mountains. Similar to Indian White-eye, but Sri Lanka White-eye is larger, longer-billed, duller overall, particularly on the throat and belly. Also generally greener and lacking the yellow forehead of Indian White-eye. Frequently vocalizes; song is a jumble of fast-paced “chuk-chuk-chuk” notes, call a high-pitched “chirp”.