Weaver Bird (Baya ) (Ploceus
philippinus) these birds have size of sparrow and groups can be seen
in fields, Baya roost enormous number in reed birds bordering tanks
. Baya's seasonal movements are largely governed by paddy and cereal
cultivation providing both nesting material and food the male along
builds the nest and the female alone in incubates the eggs. Baya
male has several nests and females at the same time.
Food of Baya birds is grain and insects ,nesting period is May to
September ,nest of these birds is swinging retort shaped structure
compactly moving out of streams of paddy leaves and rough grasses,
the nest is suspended in air from twigs usually over water .
Weaver Bird's have pure white colour
eggs , Baya bird have habits of calling like sparrow during breeding
Males ordered encoder with long drawn joy sky the weaver bird Baya
is common little bird which might be mistaken for a sparrow ,
actually smaller than the sparrows the onset of monsoon brings the
highest points in Baya's life. the male rose a bright yellow patch
on its head and chest and identification mark did the male please a
prominent role and build their nest . usually in Babool tree or in
When the nest is built the females come to take a look at it
selection of it smells is predictive of male's nest. When nest is
chosen by female , next step of male is to have most after
having issues in the next she help the male to complete the nest and
gives pure white eggs after mating but the female hatcher the eggs
and male gets busy building another nest for making another
family with other female.
Baya is slight brown and white below with their stuff out conical
bill and short square cut in the breathing male has a yellow breast
and crown dark brown upper parts and cream puff under parts , The
Baya is social bird and remains found close together and enjoy each
others company . The Baya builds its nest gives the name weaver bird
nest with false entrance , one real and another to doge snakes.