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Whydah bird family
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Long-tailed Paradise-Whydah Vidua paradisaea (Gewone Paradysvink) Order: Passeriformes. Family: Viduidae

The Viduidae is a smallish family of passerines from sub-Saharan Africa, composed of 19 species in the genus Vidua, plus Cuckoo Finch Anomalospiza imberbis.

Pin-tailed Whydah

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Pin-tailed Whydah pair, from http://www.lynxeds.com/hbw/photo/pin-tailed- whydah

The long tail shows four elongated central rectrices of about 20-22 cm. Upperwing shows pure white wing patch on scapulars. Rest of plumage, rump, nape, ...

This Beautiful Parasitic Bird Could Soon Turn Up in Your Yard - The New York Times

Pin-tailed whydah

pin-tailed whydah is a parasitic bird now showing up in California

Pin-tailed Whydah Vidua macroura

Pin tailed Whydah

The Straw-tailed Whydah bird (Vidua fischeri) is a species of bird in

The indigobirds & whydahs are a family, Viduidae, of small passerine birds native to Africa - finch-like species which usually have black or indigo ...

Family: Viduidae Male Pintail Whydah

Pin-tailed Whydah male

Eastern Paradise-Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Vidua paradisaea family

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Pin-tailed Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Vidua macroura family of Viduidae

Pin-tailed Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Vidua macroura family

Broad-tailed paradise whydah

Long-tailed Paradise Whydah by Dan

Pin-tailed Whydah

The Straw-tailed Whydah bird (Vidua fischeri) is a species of bird in

Eastern Paradise-Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Vidua paradisaea family

Adult male Pin-tailed Whydah assuming non breeding plumage

The Pin-tailed Whydah is a bird that is seen regularly in Orange County. This one is a male. Photo from Wikicommons Photo by Stig Nygaard

During the breeding season, the male paradise whydah is unmistakable with his black plumage and spectacular sweeping tail.

Pin-tailed Whydah, Vidua macroura

Pin-tailed Whydah

Eastern paradise whydah in Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa; Specie Vidua paradisaea family of

The Straw-tailed Whydah bird (Vidua fischeri) is a species of bird in the Viduidae family. It is found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, ...

Shaft-tailed Whydah is perched on a wooden stump and full side profile is visible

Broad tailed paradise whydah in Mapungubwe National park, South

Image A male pin-tailed whydah in Cameroon, its natural habitat.

Pin-tailed Whydah

During the rest of the year, males are like females: small, streaky, sparrow-like birds.

... Pin-tailed Whydah (female) / Drakensberg Sun, Central Drakensberg, South Africa ...

Pin-tailed whydah

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Pin-tailed Whydah

Long-tailed paradise whydah

Long-tailed Paradise Whydah

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Eastern Paradise-Whydah on the ground in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie

Eastern Paradise-Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa

Pin-tailed Whydah - Vidua macroura

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Pin-tailed Whydah

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Straw-Tailed Whydah

Pin-tailed Whydah / Drakensberg Sun, Central Drakensberg, South Africa / December 2017 ...

Pin-tailed Whydah in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Vidua macroura family

Male whydahs lose their tail feathers when they aren't breeding.

Pin-tailed Whydah bird Vidua macroura - Stock image .

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Eastern Paradise Whydah - male with breeding plumage -- The indigobirds and whydahs, are a family, Viduidae, of small passerine birds native to Africa.

Gnu Valley Farm – 6 February 2019

They often are very similar, with same gape, throat and commissure patterns, but the whydah chicks are larger and beg louder than the waxbill chicks, ...

Exclamatory Paradise-Whydah Vidua interjecta

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... King of the finches | by Mauritz Preller

Pin-tailed Whydah female, Tijuana River Valley Community Gardens, San Diego 06 July 2013

Male long-tailed paradise-whydah bird Vidua paradisaea

Pintailed Whydah

female. Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda

A female pin-tailed whydah was spotted foraging for food under a feeder in Mission Viejo last week.

Pin-tailed Whydah

Pin-tailed Whydah Vidua macroura (Koningrooibekkie) Order: Passeriformes. Family: Viduidae

Pin-tailed Whydah bird Vidua macroura royalty-free stock photo

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The Straw-tailed Whydah bird (Vidua fischeri) is a species of bird in

Orange-cheeked Waxbill (below) is a common host for Pin-tailed Whydah across Africa

Finch Families

Pin-tailed Whydah, Viuda Colicinta

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I put up a bird feeder a month ago and this beautiful guy came for a visit. He has a small female with him and is very.

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Image by: 1) Arthur_Chapman 2) Jerry Oldenettel - Namibia 3) Tude e João - South Africa

Pin-tailed Whydah - Western Cape © Sula

Male long-tailed paradise-whydah bird Vidua paradisaea

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... Pin-tailed Whydah / Drakensberg Sun, Central Drakensberg, South Africa / December 2017 ...

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... Pin-tailed whydah | by anacm.silva

Scratch and sniff Scratching with its feet, the whydah unearths seeds.

... to attract a smorgasbord #whydahs and #weaverbirds to the #garden. http://www.lifegreengroup.co.za/posts/naturescaping-veld-gardens-seed-eating- birds/ ...

File:Shaft-tailed whydah, Vidua regia, at Pilanesberg National Park, Northwest

Family #250: Indigobirds (Viduidae) | Pin-tailed-Whydah (photographed in Ethiopia)

Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura) Female ©WikiC

Whydah Pin-Tailed (Vidua macroura) female – Cape West South Africa

Long tailed paradise whydah looking ahead, a small bird with beautiful long black tail with raised semi-circle,

Pin-tailed Whydah

Pin-tailed Whydah

The Broad-tailed Paradise Whydah (Vidua obtusa) is a species of bird in the Viduidae family. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic ...

Pin-tailed Whydah feeds mainly on seeds taken on the ground. This species also consumes insects caught on the wing.