Named for its striking red beak, the red-billed leiothrix has a green body and yellow throat with red markings on the wings.
Southeast Asia, from Pakistan to China
This species is common over a large range.
Red-billed leiothrix live in small flocks in the forest underbrush. Individuals feed on fruits and insects found within this niche.
Breeding pairs establish territories, building cup-shaped nests from leaves and moss. Females lay an average of three eggs.