Southern-masked weaver

by Gerrie van Vuuren

Southern-masked Weaver

Southern-masked Weaver

The area around the Mankwe hide at the lake is a hive of activity during summer months and the breeding season.

Southern-masked weaver males are very active in building nests and trying to attract the attention of females.
This one was captured on one of his many journeys to get building material.

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Dec 01, 2009
by: Colleen

Wow this bird just pops out at you. The back ground is blurred which makes it easy to see the details of the bird

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