A pair of white-headed buffalo weavers (Dinemellia dinemelli) sit in an acacia tree. Here on the Serengeti, these brilliantly colored birds are often found foraging in the trail of the African (or Cape) buffalo. Like other weavers, they dine on insects.
Apart from the black-and-white markings, the vivid orange-red rump makes this chatty bird easy to spot.
Their nests are constructed of thorny acacia twigs.
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