Grey-capped Social-weaver
Pseudonigrita arnaudi
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The grey-capped social-weaver is a northeast African endemic. The nominate birds have brown backs while the race dorsalis has a grey back (both are shown in these images). The upper photo (Engikaret, 1-22) is courtesy of Per Holmen. The right 2nd row bird was seen in Oldupai (11-09), courtesy of Dorothy Kirkpatrick.The bird in the nest was in the Serengeti (3-09), courtesy of Mladen Mates. The left lower photo was taken at Ndutu (5-10), courtesy of Roger Zimmerman; click it to see 25 enlargements. The other photos were taken in Yaida Valley, Oldupai and Seronera.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-22 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Michael Lund Markussen, Donna Novotny, Roger Zimmerman, Michael Bassler
Mladen Mates, Dorothy Kirkpatrick, Stuart Webb, Per Holmen, James Nasary

Last Update this page: 7-03-22