Zebras and Colony Weavers

David Shepherd

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david shepherd zebras and colony weavers print
'Zebra and Colony weavers'
Signed Limited Edition of 850
Date of publication 1981
Image Size 16" x 30"
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Colony weavers are the birds seen in the distance
Pause Current Time 0:47 / Duration 1:38 Mute 100 HQ CaptionsFullscreen Up Next:Rescue Efforts Under Way After Deadly Earthquake In Turkey, Greece Newsflare A busy breeding colony of beautiful Lesser Masked Weavers in South Africa Duration: 01:38 04/08/2020 Lesser Masked Weavers (Ploceus intermedius) are a small weaver that is common over much of eastern and southern Africa.
They prefer areas close to water, particularly for nesting. Males are polygynous and may mate with two-to-three females after building several nests.
Males display by hanging upside down beneath their nests while fanning their wings and calling, often detaching to pursue a female if she shows interest.
This Lesser Masked Weaver breeding colony was in thorn Acacias growing in shallow water on the edge of Sunset Dam in Kruger National Park.

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