Weaver nests as novel food sources for birds.
AbstractThese observations suggest that in addition to providing breeding, roosting, shelter or protection for the weavers and a great diversity of other invertebrates and vertebrates, the fauna associated with weaver nests may also serve as a novel source of prey for a variety of predators, including birds.
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Engelbrecht, D. (2017). Weaver nests as novel food sources for birds. Biodiversity Observations, 8, 35: 1 – 4. Retrieved from https://journals.uct.ac.za/index.php/BO/article/view/457