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White-headed buffalo-weavers live in pairs or in small groups. They nest in thorny trees. The nests are very large and can even be up to half a meter long. The narrow entrance opens downwards, providing protection for the chicks from predators.
|Classification||Order: passerines; family: weavers (Ploceidae)|
|Diet||Mainly insects, but also seeds and fruit|
|Habitat||Dry brush and brier thickets in savannahs, primarily|
below 1,400 m
|Reproduction||3–4 eggs, incubation period not known|