Vitelline Masked Weaver
Ploceus vitellinus
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The vitelline masked weaver is common in the drier areas of north central and northeast Tanzania. It is also called the southern masked weaver or the African masked weaver. The left upper photo was taken in Ngorongoro CA (1-08), courtesy of Steve Dolberg. The 3rd row male (Seronera, 10-15) is courtesy of Michael Oates. The others were taken in Soitorgoss, Tarangire, and Naipilokonya. Click the photo above to see several enlargements.
Weaver Wednesday

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All unattributed images on this website are:
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Steve Dolberg, Keith Bailey, Karine Van der Vurst, Rick Carlson, Michael Oates

Last Update this page: 2-15-16