Among birds in Vietnam, the Zosteropidae family is known for its brightly colored birds and funny crested babblers.

Japanese ringworm (Zosterops simplex) is 10-11 cm long, a common resident in the Northeast, wintering in the Northwest, Northeast, North and North Central regions. This bird lives in secondary forests, farming areas, parks, and home gardens, can be found at altitudes up to 2,600 meters, and is often recorded moving in large and continuous flocks.

Zosterops erythropleurus, 11-12cm long, is an uncommon wintering bird in the Northwest and Northeast regions, migrating through Northeast Vietnam. They live in open, secondary forest areas, can be found at altitudes up to 2,600 meters, often moving in mixed flocks with Japanese ringworms.

Yellow-throated ringworm (Zosterops palpebrosa) is 10-11 cm long and is a relatively common resident species in the Northwest, Central, South Central and Southern regions. They live in deciduous forests, evergreen broadleaf forests, secondary forests, woody forests and cultivated areas, mangrove forests, parks and gardens, and can be found at altitudes up to 1,550 meters.

The crested babbler (Yuhina torqueola) is 14-15 cm long, a common resident species in the Northwest, Northeast and Central Central regions (easily encountered in Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park, Tam Dao, Ba Vi, Bach Ma). This bird species of the Ringworm family lives in evergreen broad-leaved forests, forest edges, and shrubs, at altitudes from 350-1,800 meters, often foraging in flocks.

The tawny-necked babbler (Yuhina flavicollis) is 12-13 cm long and is a relatively common resident species in the Northwest, North Northeast and North Central region (Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park). Their habitat is evergreen broadleaf forests, secondary forests, forest edges, altitudes from 1,800-2,650 meters, often moving in small flocks to flowering and fruit trees.

The spotted-throated babbler (Yuhina gularis) is 14-15 cm long and is a relatively common resident species in the Northwest and Central Central region (Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park). The habitat of this species is evergreen broadleaf forest, secondary forest, mixed deciduous forest, forest edges at altitudes from 1,800-3,100 meters, often moving in small herds.

The white-necked babbler (Yuhina diademata) is 17-18 cm long and is a relatively common resident species in the Northwest (Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park). They live at the edges of evergreen broadleaf forests, secondary forests, shrubs and grasslands, at altitudes from 1,650-2,750 meters.

Black-crowned babbler (Yuhina nigrimenta) is a relatively common resident species in the Northwest, Northeast, North and South Central regions (Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park, Tam Dao). They live in evergreen broadleaf forests, secondary forests, at altitudes of 450-2,315 meters.