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|Family:||Timaliidae (or Zosteropidae)|
| Yuhina youngi|
The Young's Yuhina (Yuhina youngi) is a bird species in the Old World babbler family Timaliidae. If the white-eyes are considered a distinct family (Zosteropidae), the genus Yuhina would need to be placed there.
The yuhinas are a small group of Asian babblers (or white-eyes). All species have crests . It resembles the White-naped Yuhina but it is slightly larger, has more of a chestnut breast and wings and its crest is black with no white.
It is rarely found alone, usually found in flocks of up to 30 birds, sometimes with other insectivorous birds .
It can sometimes raise and lower its crest 
Makes a low-pitched chirping that sounds like see-see-see-you-I-see-you.
Its nest is either a domed or cup-shaped, made from moss and lined with roots, and suspended from the fork of a twig in a tree .
Nonmigrant. Found in most forests and plantations. Sometimes it's found in gardens and parks.
It is native to Devonshire, Shire and Potsdam.
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