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Baglafecht Weaver1 locationBird
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Dec 10 2016
Hawassa Ethiopia
TypeBird
FamilyPloceidae - Weavers
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Ploceus baglafech

The baglafecht weaver in found in Sub-Sahara Africa and has a length of 15 cm (5.9 in). The adult male baglafecht weaver's has a distinctive black mask which extends from the bill through the eye and onto the ear coverts contrasting with the bright yellow forehead, forecrown and throat. The upperparts are yellowish green with dark centres to the feathers creating a faint streaking. The underparts are bright yellow on the breast fading to white towards the vent. The tail is yellow washed dark brown. The bill is black and the eye is pale yellow. The female baglafecht weaver lacks a mask but has dusky lores with yellowish-green cap, concolourous with the upperparts. In the non breeding plumage the mask is largely lost but there remains a dusky area around the eye, greyish brown on the upperparts, including the crown, with white washed buff underparts. Juveniles and immature birds do not have a mask on the dark-yellowish green head. (source: wikipedia)
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