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African Golden Weaver
Alternative name: Yellow Weaver; Eastern Golden Weaver
Golden yellow bird, dark eye, horn coloured beak.
Reed beds, coastal forest and suburbia, near rivers or dams.
Forages for insects, seeds, flowers and nectar on the ground and in vegetation. Hawks for termite aletes.
The male builds the tear-drop shaped nest which hangs from a tree. Two to four eggs are incubated by the female. Parasitised by Dideric Cuckoo.
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