BBC Home Making: Weaver Bird
Probably one of the most complex and elegant bird nest is build by Weaver bird.....see it for yourself.....
Wild Bird Nests Making Full Process - Baya Weaver Bird Nest/House Build Up In Palm Tree
Baya weaver house making process is very interesting and they do so much hard work to build their home using coconut tree leaf. They make house in palm tree leaf. Cute baby bird making home to live.
Baya weaver bird is very small size of bird and in Bangladesh lot of Baya weaver was live. But now a days it has been decrease.
So we wanted to capture their home making full process and for this we need to wait about 3 days under palm tree.
It is very much long term work and very hard work for bird.
They go to coconut tree and cut a thin leaf then bring it using lip and make house with it.
After complete house they can stay house even in rain, sun and heavy air.
This bird called in Bengali Babui pakhi - বাবুই পাখি and babui pakhir house interesting for everyone in Bangladesh.
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Amazing tailor bird sewing it's nest and laying eggs
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Baya Weaver Bird in Hindi
Baya Weaver Bird is an indian bird known by its unique type of making nest.
Name- Baya Weaver
Biological Name- Ploceus Philippinus
Species- P. philippinus
Weaver bird documentory in hindi
How weaver birds make wonderful nests-Artist of Nature.
If you look at a weaver bird making there nest you will be amazed.How weaver birds make there wonderful nests we can sure call them artist of nature they bring strings and tie them up to make these wonderful nests .
In this video you can see How a weaver bird make his wonderful nest he weaving like a pro weaver birds are also so cute and pleasant to hear they are in groups and when you see them they look great and they also sounds great
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Weaver Bird engineering building nest| 32 days life cycle from egg to flying chick|
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Amazing technology used by tailor bird,whole life cycle watch it.
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Twelve Nests for the Weaver Bird
Falmouth University MA Pitch Document
Weaver BIRD making home The king of nest building bird (Wadu Kurulla)
Baya weaver : The king of nest building bird i have get this video in Anuradhapura Sri lanka
10 Amazing Facts About Birds' Nests
Here are amazing 10 facts about birds' nests.
Not all birds go through the trouble of building a nest, but among those that do some really extraordinary efforts are put forth.
Here are 10 facts about birds' nests.
Number 10. Some of them are built on water. The Lily Trotter is one type of many that chooses a floating nest over trees or cliffs. Unfortunately, they're not very meticulous when it comes to construction and a lot of them end up sinking. Luckily their eggs are waterproof.
Number 9. Not all birds use earth, sticks, and twigs. Take the Elf Owl, for example. This desert dweller has scant resources so it takes shelter in the holes in cacti and canyon trees left by Woodpeckers and Flickers.
Number 8. Barn Swallows are particularly committed to the task. They make their abodes out of mud mixed with other materials, and building a single nest can take about 12 hundred trips between the material source and the construction site.
Number 7. Sociable Weaver Birds build communes.The giant nests these southern African birds make are meant to house numerous other avian species. That way, the Sociable Weavers get added protection and information about new food sources.
Number 6. Edible-nest Swiflets' creations are delicacies. The Southeast Asian birds build their nests on the sides of cliffs, using layers of their own saliva. Even though the structures have no flavor or nutritional value, they are a highly sought after edible and one of the most expensive food items in the world.
Number 5. Cigarettes are a key feature in some nests in Mexico. Both house sparrows and house finches living in urban areas there have taken to throwing a few cigarette butts in their homes. It's believed they do it because the nicotine in the filter fibers wards off parasites.
Number 4. The world's tiniest bird builds the world's smallest nest. The Bee Hummingbird is only about two inches long and makes a nest the size of a doll's teacup. It's so little, it's secured to branches with threads from spider webs.
Number 3. For the Great Crested Flycatcher, texture is everything. These birds prefer crinkly surfaces, so often use snakeskin in their nests. They've also been known to take advantage of onion peels, cellophane and flimsy plastic wrappers they find along their way.
Number 2. Gyrfalcons use their nests for millennia. Many birds build a fresh nest every time they lay eggs, but not these falcons. They return to the same one year after year and generation after generation. One such site in Greenland was radiocarbon dated and found to be around 25 hundred years old.
Number 1. Tailorbirds sew theirs. They grab some leaves and spider web or cocoon silk and put their needle-like beaks to work punching holes and pulling the threads through them.
What's the most interesting bird's nest you've ever seen?