Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Spectacled weavers (Ploceus ocularis) are always observed in woody habitats that afford them decent cover, although they avoid forest interiors. Observations can also be made in thornveld and gardens.Distribution: Occurs along the river systems of the Kunene and Kavango Rivers and in the eastern Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip).
Diet: Forages along branches and amongst foliage to probe in bark crevices for crickets, caterpillars, beetles, spiders and centipedes. Also takes small crabs and bark-dwelling geckos. Diet includes berries, nectar and fruit.Description: Ocularis is a Latin meaning for 'of the eye', referring to the eye markings.
Breeding: From 1 to 4 eggs are laid from September to March in a finely woven nest made from plant materials.
Size: 16cm. Weight: 30g.
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