The pin-tailed whydah (Vidua macroura) is a small songbird with a conspicuous pennant-like tail in breeding males. It is a resident breeding bird in most of Africa Unusual bird sighting. Sept. 7, 2013 . Pin-tailed whydahs are among a handful of nonnative birds that have become naturalized in Orange County..
Indigobirds. The Pin-tailed Whydah, Vidua macroura, is a small resident songbird that occurs in most of Africa south of the Sahara Desert; where it lives in light and Male Pin-tailed Whydah (Vidua macroura) in the Amakhala Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa..
Pin-tailed Whydah frequents gardens and parks, savannah, grassland, scrub, bushveld and farmland. RANGE: Pin-tailed Whydah is found throughout Sub-Saharan Africa..
The Pin-tailed Whydah is type of songbird with a small body size. Its scientific name is Vidua macroura..
Guardians of The Living Desert; North America; Africa; Pin-tailed Whydah. Vidua macroura . Family: Pin-tailed parasitize the nests of waxbills..
Pin tailed Whydah or Vidua macroura, breeding, feeding, Pin tailed Whydahs need a large well planted aviary for themselves and the host St Helena finches..
Pin-tailed whydah This whydah is found in many open habitats including open woodland, scrub and cultivation..
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