White-browed Sparrow Weaver

Plocepasser mahali

Size: Up to 19 cms long
Habitat: Woodland and grassland with trees
Feeding: Seed and insects

The White-browed Sparrow Weaver is easy to identify with its white eye-stripe. It has brown wings and tail and the underparts are buff/white. The legs are pink. The bill of the male is black and that of the the female is horn coloured. 

It is a gregarious bird, usually found in small flocks.

These photos were taken in the Selous National Park, Tanzania.







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