Sunday, September 1, 2013

manyar bird

Vultures included in this Ploceidae family has some kind that we recognize, although the number of species of birds reaches 160 bird species included in this Ploceidae family. Manyar also includes nut or seed-eating birds called granivora and prefer open habitats such as grasslands, forest edges and rice. Breeding season starts from April until October. the nest is very varied in size, shape and materials used. Vultures known as birds that live in colonies, these birds build their nests together can sometimes be found in a tree lined weaverbird there are dozens of nests decorate branches and twigs. Foreign name of this bird is called a weaver weaver meaning thus not without reason, this weaving skills possessed by the male birds weave nests with nest materials to attract the attention of female birds, if there are female birds are attracted to the nest then it will go thereto and made the stretcher the male bird life partner. Here is a picture of some kind weaverbird that we can recognize:

1. Streaked Weaver Ploceus weaverbird flaviceps

- Females Streaked Weaver Ploceus weaverbird flaviceps - Males
2. Lesser Masked Weaver Manyar black mask  - male

3. Black-breasted Weaver Manyar black chest

4. Baya Weaver Ploceus philippinus philippinus - Males

Baya Weaver Ploceus philippinus - Females

5. Asian Golden Weaver Manyar gold asia
- male Asian Golden Weaver Manyar gold asia
- females Finn's Weaver Ploceus megarhynchus

- pair Gifts and vultures is pretty easy, just like a canary care or other whole grain eating birds. Its main food is the canary seed, grain that could be hung inside the cage and Caterpillars hongkong 10 cows morning and evening.

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