Eastern (African) Golden Weaver
Ploceus subaureus
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The Eastern or African golden weaver, also called yellow weaver, is endemic to coastal southeast Africa. The bird is distinguished from other golden weavers by the red eyes and the chestnut color on the face and throat. All of these photos were taken at Pembe Abwe or near Pangani. Click the photo above to see sixteen enlargements.
 
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Last Update this page: 2-15-16