Double nests

Why weavers may build two or more nests below each other   Nest building and acceptance by females Many weavers are polygynous, meaning that the male wants...

Weavers and sedges

Many weavers are found in wetlands and sedges are important elements of many wetlands. Sedges (family Cyperaceae) are graminoid (grass-like), monocotyledonous f...

Top PHOWNer

PHOWN, PHOtos of Weaver Nests, is a Virtual Museum, citizen science project at the University of Cape Town, to collect and monitor breeding distributions and co...

Weavers bathing

  Many birds bathe to help clean their feathers, but some species do not seem to bathe. Species that often bathe include thrushes, bulbuls, babblers, finch...