White-headed Buffalo-weaver (Dinemellia dinemelli) - Wiki
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[Photo] White-headed Buffalo-weaver (Dinemellia dinemelli) at the Milwaukee County Zoological Gardens in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Date: October 6, 2006. Author: Colin M.L. Burnett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Cburnett).
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The White-headed Buffalo-weaver
) is a weaver
. Its range includes East Africa from se Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia south through Kenya, ne Uganda to ne Tanzania.
is a very strikingly coloured bird. Its white head and underparts contrast vividly with its red rump and under tail coverts. Like the most of the rest of the weaver
s this is a gregarious bird which forages on the ground for insects. When feeding it is often found in groups with starlings.
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