The Golden-headed Cisticolas (Cisticola exilis) – also known as the Bright-headed Cisticolas – are found from India to Australia, where they occur in vegetation in and around wetlands.
Breeding Males: The head, throat and breast are a bright golden-orange color. The tail is shorter than in winter-plumage.
They use spiders’ threads to stitch together their nests.
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