Similar and closely related to Striolated Bunting, but separated by range. House Bunting also has deeper rusty underparts and wings, a less striking head pattern, and an unstreaked back compared to Striolated Bunting. Male's grey head and breast contrast sharply with its rusty belly. Found near humans, in settlements, plantations, and gardens; often very tame. Song consists of short, buzzy phrases. Call is a simple “dzwii”, somewhat sparrow-like.
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