A Baya weaver (Ploceus philippinus) builds a nest in a betelnut tree on the outskirts of Guwahati city, north-east India. Weavers are known for their elaborately woven nests, which are built by the males
A true architect. what a marvelous nest! via @ The Rainforest site
"A Baya Weaver is seen building a nest in Betelnut tree in north-east India." - Thanks to Karen Harrison, who previously pinned this to a now-defunct generic group board for birds.
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Baya Weaver working on a marvelous nest.
Cliff Swallow (Petrochelidon pyrrhonota) | by evimeyer
Nests are generally about 5 feet in diameter but can become much larger as Eagles reuse their nest each year. Nesting duties are shared by both the male and female with the incubation period lasting about 35 days