Cape Weaver

Ploceus capensis (endemic)

This endemic’s long, pointed bill makes it easy to distinguish from other weavers.

Our best photographs of this species were taken in November 2012 at Thendele, Northern Drakensberg.


Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver / Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, South Africa / 06 July 2013 Cape Weaver / Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, South Africa / 06 July 2013 Red-collared-Whydah-Drakensberg-187 Cape Weaver / Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, South Africa / 06 July 2013 Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver (olivaceus) / Thendele, Northern Drakensberg, South Africa / 03 November 2012 Cape Weaver (Rubricomus) / Kaapsehoop, South Africa / 10 August 2010 Cape Weaver – female / Leisure Island, Knysna, South Africa / 10 July 2011
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