Weavers (Ploceus sp.)
Colonial weavers form huge nests, sometimes heavy enough to break tree branches. Solitary weavers build individual nests.
Red-billed quelea (Quelea quelea)
Common in huge flocks in parts of Etosha.
Several species are common on the edge of the desert.
African red-eyed bulbul (Pycnonotus nigricans)
At Twyfelfontein and Okonjima.
Pale-winged starling (Onychognathus nabouroup)
Common in Etosha.
Sabota Lark (Mirafra sabota)
Common in dry grasslands.
House sparrow (Passer domesticus)
Blacksmith lapwing (Vanellus lugubris)
Lilac-breasted roller (Coracias caudata)
Found in the eastern part of Etosha.
Yellow canary (Serinus flaviventris)
Golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris)
Pied barbet (Tricholaema leucocephalus)
Coucal (Centropus sp.)
In the gravel coastal desert near Swakopmund.
Kelp gull (Larus dominicanus)
At Cape Cross on the Skeleton Coast.
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