The Cape Weaver is a resident breeding bird species endemic to South Africa.
This common species occurs in grassland, agricultural and fynbos habitats, often near rivers. In breeds in noisy colonies in trees (often willows or Eucalyptus, rarely palms) and reedbeds.
The weaver builds a large coarsely woven nest made of grass and leaf strips with a downward facing entrance which is suspended from a branch or reed.
This image taken by St Francis Bay photographer Clive Wright.