weaverbird

[ UK /wˈiːvəbˌɜːd/ ]
NOUN
  1. finch-like African and Asian colonial birds noted for their elaborately woven nests
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How To Use weaverbird In A Sentence

  • Their hosts include weaverbirds and sunbirds in Africa and Asia, as well as fairy wrens and thornbills in Australia.
  • Apart from coots and related rails, only ostriches and weaverbirds can detect parasitic eggs left by their own species.
  • These birds include the quelea - a small, rather nondescript weaverbird that has replaced the locust as the most serious pest of small-grain crops in parts of Africa. 10. Sorghum: Specialty Types
  • We studied sexual selection in the red bishop, a sexually dimorphic and polygynous weaverbird from Southern Africa.
  • Their hosts include weaverbirds and sunbirds in Africa and Asia, as well as fairy wrens and thornbills in Australia.
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