The African landscape is varied and beautiful with every intricate detail adding awe and wonder to this magical land.
White Browed Sparrow Weavers make exquisite nests. Their beautiful creations adorn Acacia Trees. Like Christmas balls hanging from a tree it is a familiar sight in the semi arid Samburu region of northern Kenya.
Their intricate nests are built on one side of the tree, their placement is carefully thought out and placed to avoid winds, hence nests are built on the leeward side of the nest tree, proving to have a longer lifespan. They also have two entrances, to ensure quick escape if a predator arrives. This is most often in the form of a snake.
White Browed Sparrow Weaver