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Boomslang eating a pygmy falcon nestling. Pygmy falcons breed in nest chambers of sociable weavers:
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Sociable weavers can build their nest on a variety of structures, including camel thorn trees Acacia erioloba, telephone poles, wind mills, cliff sides and here in an Aloe tree in Augrabies National Park:
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A nest of sociable weavers at Benfontein Game Farm, Kimberley, South Africa
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A sociable weaver working on the thatch
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Sociable weavers collecting nest material
Sociable weavers collected nest material

A black-headed penduline tit (Remiz macronyx ssaposhnikowi) building its nest in Kazakhstan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkIm25srq6w

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