White-headed Buffalo Weaver (Dinemellia dinemellia)
…a species of Weaver (Ploceidae) that native to Eastern Africa, occurring in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Like other weavers D. dinemellia typically inhabits savannas and shrublands, especially those with Acacia thickets and dry brush. White-headed buffalo weavers are highly gregarious, and will forage for a wide range of insects, fruit, and seeds in mixed flocks with other birds (usually starlings). True to their family name White-headed Buffalo Weavers will construct intricate nests which usually have several “rooms” and defensive thorns on the outside.
victoria crowned pigeon with carrot
(photo by jimpg2)
luzon bleeding heart pigeon
(photo by halex)
orange-breasted green pigeon
(photo by rainbirder)
look at this dinosaur
Hello, Stegoceras, fancy seeing you in the Holocene.